Fugitive Slave Law, Background The first flight of the Boeing 777-200 in commercial service a United Airlines flight from London Heathrow landed at Dulles in 1995, blacks Total US The first scheduled flight at Dulles was an Eastern Air Lines Super Electra from Newark International Airport in New Jersey on November 19 1962! Memorial to the Mexican cadets killed in the Battle of Chapultepec, Painting by John Trumbull depicting General Washington standing in Maryland State House hall surrounded by statesmen and others resigning his commission. Lincoln General Hospital, The Lincoln Memorial receives approximately 6 million visits annually, The District of Columbia Public Charter School Board monitors the 52 public charter schools in the city. Due to the perceived problems with the traditional public school system enrollment in public charter schools has steadily increased as of fall 2010 D.C charter schools had a total enrollment of about 32,000 a 9% increase from the prior year the District is also home to 92 private schools which enrolled approximately 18,000 students in 2008 the District of Columbia Public Library operates 25 neighborhood locations including the landmark Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Library. Canada: the federal capital city Ottawa is located in the province of Ontario which has its own provincial capital in Toronto Ottawa's municipal government is overseen by the province and not by the federal government or a separate federal capital territory, On April 15 Lincoln called on the states to send detachments totaling 75,000 troops to recapture forts protect Washington and "preserve the Union" which in his view remained intact despite the seceding states This call forced states to choose sides Virginia seceded and was rewarded with the Confederate capital despite the exposed position of Richmond close to Union lines North Carolina Tennessee and Arkansas followed over the following two months Secession sentiment was strong in Missouri and Maryland but did not prevail; Kentucky remained neutral.:226 the Fort Sumter attack rallied Americans north of the Mason-Dixon line to defend the nation! . While a smaller number of African slaves were kept and sold in England, slavery in Great Britain had not been authorized by statute there in 1772 it was made unenforceable at common law in England and Wales by a legal decision the large British role in the international slave trade continued until 1807 Slavery flourished in most of Britain's colonies with many wealthy slave owners living in England and holding considerable power, 7.5 Tidal Potomac River The Protestant Scottish highlanders who settled what is now Darien Georgia added a moral anti-slavery argument which became increasingly rare in the South in their 1739 "Petition of the Inhabitants of New Inverness" by 1750 Georgia authorized slavery in the colony because it had been unable to secure enough indentured servants as laborers as economic conditions in England began to improve in the first half of the 18th century workers had no reason to leave especially to face the risks in the colonies; ; 5 Reaction in the United States, 4.5 Valley Forge and Monmouth 5 Procedures of Congress, Washington retreated across the Delaware to Pennsylvania but returned to New Jersey on January 3 launching an attack on British regulars at Princeton with 40 Americans killed or wounded and 273 British killed or captured. American Generals Hugh Mercer and John Cadwalader were being driven back by the British when Mercer was mortally wounded then Washington arrived and led the men in a counterattack which advanced to within 30 yards (27 m) of the British line.