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In fact, Vermont was the first state to eradicate slavery. Even though New Englanders made wealth off of slavery before the importation of slaves became illegal, America became a source for abolition growth. Abolition is the action of removing or eradicating a system or practice, in this case slavery. It became so great that there were pamphlets and newspapers informing other people about how slavery was discriminating. In 1820, states such as South Carolina were still pro-slavery and they instituted consequences to anyone that had anti-slavery material in South Carolina Abolition spread far and wide, changing everyone’s mindset of sl... ... middle of paper ... ...how slavery is cruel and that freedom is possible.