Ethan Allen Homestead Enrichment Program: Harvey Amani Whitfield - The Meaning of Slavery in Vermont

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Vermonters have always been proud that their state was the first to outlaw slavery in its constitution - but is that what really happened?  The author of The Problem of Slavery in Early Vermont 1777-1810 considers the deepest questions about what freedom actually meant for African Americans in Vermont well into the nineteenth century.

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