after the abolition

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  • After the abolition of slavery, his people chose to continue on the same system of task work. Cited from Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 2 of 4, by American Anti-Slavery Society
  • After the abolition of the clan, what they did was not known.
  • There is a significant African American population made up of those who came west after the abolition of slavery.
  • All this, of course, did not happen at once, but came about quite naturally after the abolition of war. Cited from The Man Who Rocked the Earth, by Arthur Train and Robert Williams Wood
  • The practice of fighting battles royal in this context continued long after the abolition of slavery.
  • Among them were the South African team, who returned to international competition after the abolition of apartheid.
  • The school was built after the abolition of grammar education in Wales.
  • After the abolition of the state it became the Tehsil's seat of government.
  • It continues to exist after the abolition of the eight regional chambers.
  • After the abolition of devadasi system, this dance becomes the most developed classical dance form of the State.
  • These numbers were only reached again after the abolition of the White Australia policy in 1973.
  • However, after the abolition of zamindari, most of the people lost their lands and now are small scale peasants.
  • After the abolition of slavery, farmers had lost their slaves and wanted a cheap source of labor.
  • Appointments were stopped in the 1930s after the abolition of the native department.
  • A radical reform of the state of the village was made possible only after the abolition of serfdom.
  • After the abolition of the law, the minority citizens who were at the labour camps were sent back to their homes.
  • The mission spread rapidly after the abolition of slavery.
  • After the abolition of the Quarter Sessions it was used as a Crown Court centre.
  • Child was a women's rights activist, but did not believe significant progress for women could be made until after the abolition of slavery.
  • Mr. H. went to the West Indies a few months after the abolition of slavery. Cited from The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus, by American Anti-Slavery Society
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