Black Efforts Towards the Gradual Emancipation Act of 1799

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American History

 

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Susan F

 

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August 16, 2015

 

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University

 

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The New York Manumission Society contributed the most for the emancipation of slaves, but let’s not give all the credit to the whites. Black efforts undeniably helped in the process of gradually abolishing slavery as well. Slaves first and foremost effort at freedom came from attempting to flee. Blacks have been running away from their masters since their introduction into slavery...
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Blacks have been running away from their masters since their introduction into slavery. Fleeing and escaping was a way of representing a statement of freedom far before any of the antislavery organizations were formed. Running away was an affective means for challenging the institution of slavery. Slaves were a major asset to farmers and the cost of them running away could severely hurt the owners financially...
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