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law that banned trade with britain France and their

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The Embargo Act of 1807

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When did England abolish the slave trade?

England abolished the slave trade in 1807 through the passing of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act.


Who implemented an economic embargo in 1807 in an effort to avoid war?

The embargo of 1807 was a series of laws that were passed as Jefferson's effort to stop trade with England and France.


What year was slave trade banned?

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Did the Embargo Act of 1807 stop trade with England thus decreasing American production?

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Did The Embargo Act of 1807 did serious damage to the economies of England and France?

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Where did the opposition of the slave trade begin?

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The british violation of american's neutral rights led America to pass a trade what in 1807?

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Under the WHAT. Americans could trade with all nations except Britain and France?

The Embargo Act of 1807


What did England outlaw in 1807?

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When was slavery abolished in Europe?

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Did the embargo act of 1807 have any effect on England or France?

It caused a lack of goods for them and they had fewer people to help fight the Americans.