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Not only was Vermont the first state to abolish slavery, but also the first sovereign nation in modern times to do so. Slavery was specifically abolished in the constitution that Vermont adopted on July 8, 1777. During the years between this and 1791 (when it became a state), Vermont was technically a sovereign nation.


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