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Chp 6: Building 1790 legislation was passed granting naturalization to white immigrants only1972 militia was secluded to white men onlyManumissions became frequentNorthern states began to eradicate slaveryA federal law of 1793 mandated interstate cooperation in the capture and return of fugitive slaves (own churches, lodges.ect)Early Republic, blacks secured work and few established their own property, businesses. Black males sought to voteVirtuous and philanthropic joy1790 Vermont and Massachusetts (according to cencus) did not have slavery at allDEVELOPMENT OF BLACK COMMUNITIESCommunities developed mostly in Northern citiesFaced economic discrimination and social ostracismBlack Migration to BostonLegislation proclaiming the demise of slavery and the slave led blacks to MassachusettsNEW YORK CITY’S BLACK COMMUNITYUNTIL 1799, slavery in New York was legal (heavily slaved) in comparison to Bos/Phil

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