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  1. 1850 United States: The Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 requires the return of escaped slaves to their owners regardless of the state they are in. Brazil: Eusébio de Queirós Act (Law 581 of 4 September 1850) criminalizing the maritime slave trade as piracy, and imposing other criminal sanctions on the importation of slaves (already banned in 1831).

  2. Aug 27, 2021 · Migrant laborers work in a field in Southern California in 1920. Kirn Vintage Stock/Getty Images. The 1900s . The first decades of the 20th century saw the efforts of George Washington Carver, director of agricultural research at Tuskegee Institute, whose pioneering work finding new uses for peanuts, sweet potatoes, and soybeans helped to diversify southern agriculture.

  3. The New England regional economy grew rapidly in the 17th century, thanks to heavy immigration, high birth rates, low death rates, and an abundance of inexpensive farmland. The population grew from 3000 in 1630 to 14,000 in 1640, 33,000 in 1660, 68,000 in 1680, and 91,000 in 1700.

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