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Compensated emancipation

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  1. a method of ending slavery in countries where slavery was legal

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  2. This involved the person who was recognized as the owner of a slave being paid for releasing the slave

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  3. This typically was part of an act that outlawed slavery outright or established a scheme whereby slavery would eventually be phased out

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  4. Nearly all countries that eliminated slavery did so through some form of compensated emancipation

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  5. Although most slavery in the United States was abolished during the American Civil War, rather than through compensated emancipation, it did occur in Washington, DC

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