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David Mc Cullough points out that an equally important feature was its placing for the first time the courts as a co-equal branch separate from the executive.
(The Constitution of Vermont, adopted in 1777, represented the first partial ban on slavery.
Both religious dissent and expansionism resulted in several new colonies being founded shortly after Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay elsewhere in New England.
The Massachusetts Bay banished dissenters such as Anne Hutchinson and Roger Williams due to religious and political disagreements.
This was the second successful permanent English colony in the part of North America that later became the United States, after the Jamestown Colony.Vermont became a state in 1791 but did not fully ban slavery until 1858 with the Vermont Personal Liberty Law.The Pennsylvania Gradual Abolition Act of 1780 made Pennsylvania the first state to abolish slavery by statute.) Later, Adams was active in early American foreign affairs and succeeded Washington as the second United States President.His first victory was the Siege of Boston in the winter of 1775–76, after which the British were forced to evacuate the city.On the coast, Salem became a center for privateering.