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Louis, who told them all he knew and provided them with transportation.The group arrived in the future location of Lawrence on August 1 of that year, and they ate their first meal on Hogback Ridge itself.Such an agreement was finally made in December 1855, and eventually the Missouri army reluctantly left the area.
Two years later, in 1857, the Quincy School was started in the Emigrant Aid office before moving to the basement of the Unitarian Church in April. Shortly after Lawrence’s founding, two newspapers were started in the town: The Kansas Pioneer and the Herald of Freedom. A third paper, the Kansas Free State, was also created and began printing in early January 1855.
In the middle of the century, in the run-up to the Civil War, Northern Democrats led by Senators Lewis Cass of Michigan and Stephen A.
Douglas of Illinois promoted the idea of popular sovereignty as a middle position on the slavery issue.
After the law's passing, outrage united anti-slavery forces into a movement (which soon was institutionalized as the Republican Party) committed to stopping the expansion of slavery.
Within no time, pro- and anti-slavery elements were moving into Kansas with the intention of either approving or banning the practice of slavery, respectively.