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free trade 304 the West African coast in 1462. An English abolitionist, Granville
Sharp, selected the site (south of the mouth of the Sierra Leone River) in 1787 as
a haven for African slaves, freed and destitute in England. In 1791 the Sierra ...
General American 460 countries to alter agreements if their domestic producers
suffer excessive losses as a result of trade concessions. Countries that are
members of a customs union or free trade area are permitted to grant preferential
General Sherman, USS, warship with which the U.S., in 1866, attempted to open
trade with Korea; attacked and it was burned by the Koreans outside Py'bngyang.
-Korean anti'Americanism development 15:313d General Sherman Tree, a ' nt ...
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