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Notes on the presidency of James Buchanan
The Presidency of James Buchanan: The Deepening Sectional Crisis
The Dred Scott Case
On March 6, 1857, two days after the inauguration, the Supreme Court rendered a decision in the long-pending case of Dred Scott v. Sanford. This case tested the constitutionality of laws regulating the status of slavery in the territories. Dred Scott, born a slave in Virginia about 1800, had been taken to St. Louis in 1830 and sold to an army surgeon, who took him first to Illinois, a free state, and then to the Wisconsin (later Minnesota) territory, where slavery had been forbidden by the Missouri Compro…
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