• anonymous
The Fugitive Slave Act, which was not popular in the North, allowed slave hunters to retrieve slaves from all of the following locations EXCEPT: a. New York c. Massachusetts b. Canada d. New Jersey
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  • Nurali
The Fugitive Slave Act was only valid within the United States so the answer would be Canada. Slaves could escape to the other three states but the chance of getting caught was still very high. Thus, many tried to escape to Canada by themselves or with the aid of abolitionists.
  • anonymous
good answer^ i like it ! i was gonna say the same thing! darn you for taking my place!

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