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What was the Emancipation procloamation?


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The Emancipation Proclamation was a presidential decree by Abraham Lincoln. The proclamation freed slaves in all states still in rebellion against the Union.


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There are many things that an emancipation could be referring to. The emancipation could be referring to the Emancipation Proclamation.

Fuatach or saoradh mean 'emancipation'.

Emancipation Proclimation

After emancipation. Post = after.

There is no Declaration of emancipation.

There is no relationship between the two other than they use the word emancipation. The Emancipation Proclaimation deals with slavery. Emancipation of Minors deals with children.

Emancipation is a noun.

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There is no emancipation status in this state.

There is no process for emancipation in Georgia.

No, Missouri does not have an emancipation statute.

There is no emancipation available in Tennessee.

Florida has emancipation laws. Emancipation means the act of removing disabilities of nonage. By emancipation, an person will be given all the rights and responsibilities of an adult.

in Texas the age is 16 to file for emancipationAnswerEmancipation laws and the requirements to be emancipated vary from state to state. Many states do not even allow the emancipation of minors.

Emancipation is the age of adulthood. In Nevada that is 18. If the child gets married, that is considered emancipation.

There is no emancipation status for this state.

There is no emancipation status in this state.

There is no emancipation status for South Carolina.

Maryland does not appear to have an emancipation statute.

No, and there is no emancipation status for the state.

In Irish, fuascailt or saoradh/saoirse.

There are no emancipation laws in New York.

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