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In the 1800s, Border Ruffians and Free Soilers both wanted to influence the territorial elections in Kansas. influence the territorial elections in Nebraska. establish Nebraska as a free territory. establish Kansas as a slave territory.
In the 1800s, Border Ruffians and Free Soilers both wanted to influence the territorial elections in Kansas.
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In the 1800s, Border Ruffians and Free Soilers both wanted to influence the territorial elections in Kansas.
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