- Jan 24, 2015
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- Alta California, federalist.
Says Ms Constitutional ignorance.yes maybe you should consider your lies Ms 1808 liarHow many societies had our Declaration of Independence and our federal Constitution. Bearing false witness to both is a sin (unto God).For historical perspective.....
There is no society in which slavery didn't exist.
North African Muslims enslaved millions of white folks.....hence the Barbary War.
The only question that is pertinent is, which societies have banned slavery.
Slavery ended first....FIRST...in America.
"July 2, 1777. In response to abolitionists' calls across the colonies to end slavery, Vermont became the first colony to ban it outright. Not only did Vermont's legislature agree to abolish slavery entirely, it also moved to provide full voting rights for African American males."
Vermont 1777: Early Steps Against Slavery
Long before Vermont became our 14th state, its people were known for their independence. They were not excited about joining the new United States; nor did they want to remain a part of the British crown. They liked being independent and made that clear to the other colonies on more than one...
That's thirty years before England abolished slavery.