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England bans American trade with West Indies 1805 Context Note
US Prohibits import of slaves from Africa 1808 Context Note
British Orders-in-Council restricting U.S. trade revoked 1812 Context Note
Restoration of trade between USA and Europe: strong cotton exports 1815 Context Note
The compromise tariff of 1833 1833 Context Note
US slave ship Creole is taken over by slaves 1841 Context Note
New Whig Tariff in USA replaces Compromise Tariff 1842 Context Note
France, Britain, US and Belgium given equal trading rights by China 1845 Context Note
US Commodore James Biddle is refused trading facilities in Japan 1846 Context Note
The slave trade is forbidden in the District of Columbia 1850 Context Note
First oil well in U.S. 1859 Context Note
Oil found at Titusville, Pa., by Edwin L. Drake 1859 Context Note
Jefferson Davis introduces Resolutions in favour of slave trade 1860 Context Note
Japan concludes tariff convention with Britain, France, Holland and USA 1866 Context Note
John D. Rockefeller forms Standard Oil of Ohio 1870 Context Note
USA secures trading rights in Korea 1882 Context Note
Canadian Liberals urge reciprocity with USA after McKinley tariff 1890 Context Note
Wilson-Gorman tariff 1894 Context Note
Nelson Dingley's tariff increases US protection 1897 Context Note
U.S. acquires French Panama Canal co. property 1904 Context Note

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