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About Abolition of Slavery Day
The Abolition of Slavery Day of the Suriname is celebrated on 1st July. In the first half of the 18th century, agriculture flourished in Suriname. African slaves done Most of the work on the plantations. Suriname was occupied by the British in 1799 after the Netherlands were incorporated by France, and was returned to the Dutch in 1816, after the defeat of Napoleon. Women played a important role in the abolition of slavery, although they themselves lacked even the right to vote. Slavery always occurs for the purpose of securing the labour of the slave.
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