Civil War Dred Scott

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American History

 

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Susan G

 

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January 20, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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He belonged to a man named Peter Blow and they migrated west together. They had moved to St. Louis, Missouri in 1830, but his master died only two years later. So Scott was sold to Dr. John Emerson of St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Emerson was a brand new army surgeon that had to report for duty in Rock Island, Illinois (a non-slave state)...
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They had moved to St. Louis, Missouri in 1830, but his master died only two years later. So Scott was sold to Dr. John Emerson of St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Emerson was a brand new army surgeon that had to report for duty in Rock Island, Illinois (a non-slave state). Dred Scott was taken with him, and they also traveled to Fort Snelling in Wisconsin Territory two years later (present-day Minnesota and outlawed slavery)...
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