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MSC Paola

MSC Paola - En face de Ste-Foy - En descente sur le fleuve St-Laurent.
MSC - Porteconteneurs - IMO 9161297 - Pavillon Liberia
Prise de Vue: Olympus OM-D E-M10 M II - Cageux Ste-Foy Qc.

MSC Paola - In front of Ste-Foy - Downbound on the St-Lawrence River.
MSC - Containership - IMO 9161297 - Flag Liberia
Photo Taken: Olympus OM-D E-M10 M II - Cageux Ste-Foy Qc,




Emigrants from Kentucky to Liberia, 10 June 1856

Transcription:
Emigrants from Kentucky to Liberia.
The following is a list of the emigrants dispatched by the Kentucky Colonization Society in the May expedition to Liberia:

Nelson Grave, of Woodford county, Kentucky, left, by will, twenty-five servants to be freed, and sent by the Kentucky State Colonization Society to Liberia. He gave also to them, by will, one half of his estate, probably $10,000.

John Gass, of Bourbon county, Kentucky, left, by will, seventeen servants to be sent to Liberia by the same society, and gave to them $2,000.

John C. Brown, of Shelby county, Kentucky, gave freedom to a woman and three children to go to Liberia, with her husband, and their father.

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Morton, of Shelby county, Kentucky, purchased two servants, men, of her children, and sent them to Liberia.

Miss Sally Logan, of Shelby county, Kentucky, emancipates a woman and child to go to Liberia to her sister, who is married in Liberia, and was emancipated by her, and sent there a year ago.

Haden Edwards, of Nelson county, Kentucky, freed a servant woman, and three children, and sent them to Liberia. He did a similar act four years ago.

E.R. Elliott, now of Jacksonville, Illinois, formerly of Muhlenberg county, Kentucky, emancipated six servants living in Muhlenberg county, and sent them to Liberia. He gave to them $650. Two years ago he did likewise.

E.D. Weir, of Muhlenberg county, Kentucky, emancipated a servant man to go with his wife and children to Liberia. He has done such an act before.

J.W. Herndon, of Simpson county, Kentucky, J.M.C. Irwin, of Fayette county, Kentucky, and Edward Howard, of Daviess county, Kentucky, each emancipated a servant to go to Liberia.

A colored man, a slave, was bought in order to refund the purchase money by his own labor to go to Liberian when his family went. He refunded the money, and went with his family to that new home.

The Kentucky Colonization Society sent to Liberia from Kentucky in the May expedition, sixty-seven emigrants. The society will send out another expedition from Kentucky in November next.

Source:
"Emigrants from Kentucky to Liberia." The Louisville Daily Courier [KY], 10 June 1856, p.3




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COSTA RICA : Ville de Liberia , scène de rue

Vente à la camionnette autour de la place de la ville de Liberia...
Van sale around Liberia city square ...
Venta de furgonetas en la plaza de la ciudad de Liberia ...




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N707CA Boeing 707-351B Ex Omega Air

KMHV 28/10/18 Parked alongside Boeing 707-323B N706PC, also ex Omega Air.Built and delivered to Northwest Airlines in 1963 as N353US, next reg VR-HGO with Cathay Pacific, VR-CAO with Saudia Aramco, N651TF with Saudia Aramco and Jet Charter Service, N351SR of Jay Bee Charters, EL-SKD with the Gov't of Liberia, G-BSZA with the Executive Aviation Group, VR-BMV with Talon Aviation, VR-BOR with Norma Shipping, HZ-SAKI with Al Wisar Trading, P4-FDH and N707CA with Omega,

N706PC Built 1969 Ex EL-AKK, EL-AKC, C5-GOA, HR-AMW, N706PC




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Ghana and Liberia share timber legality lessons with Laos and Congo

In November 2018, a group of visitors from Laos found themselves in a forest in Liberia, learning how the country’s forestry officials track timber through the supply chain. A few days later they got to do the same in Ghana. Their visits — and that of a team from Republic of the Congo to Ghana — were made in the context of trade deals called Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) that all four countries are engaged in with the EU.




Ghana and Liberia share timber legality lessons with Laos and Congo

In November 2018, a group of visitors from Laos found themselves in a forest in Liberia, learning how the country’s forestry officials track timber through the supply chain. A few days later they got to do the same in Ghana. Their visits — and that of a team from Republic of the Congo to Ghana — were made in the context of trade deals called Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) that all four countries are engaged in with the EU.




Ghana and Liberia share timber legality lessons with Laos and Congo

In November 2018, a group of visitors from Laos found themselves in a forest in Liberia, learning how the country’s forestry officials track timber through the supply chain. A few days later they got to do the same in Ghana. Their visits — and that of a team from Republic of the Congo to Ghana — were made in the context of trade deals called Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) that all four countries are engaged in with the EU.




Ghana and Liberia share timber legality lessons with Laos and Congo

In November 2018, a group of visitors from Laos found themselves in a forest in Liberia, learning how the country’s forestry officials track timber through the supply chain. A few days later they got to do the same in Ghana. Their visits — and that of a team from Republic of the Congo to Ghana — were made in the context of trade deals called Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) that all four countries are engaged in with the EU.




Ghana and Liberia share timber legality lessons with Laos and Congo

In November 2018, a group of visitors from Laos found themselves in a forest in Liberia, learning how the country’s forestry officials track timber through the supply chain. A few days later they got to do the same in Ghana. Their visits — and that of a team from Republic of the Congo to Ghana — were made in the context of trade deals called Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) that all four countries are engaged in with the EU.




Ghana and Liberia share timber legality lessons with Laos and Congo

In November 2018, a group of visitors from Laos found themselves in a forest in Liberia, learning how the country’s forestry officials track timber through the supply chain. A few days later they got to do the same in Ghana. Their visits — and that of a team from Republic of the Congo to Ghana — were made in the context of trade deals called Voluntary Partnership Agreements (VPAs) that all four countries are engaged in with the EU.





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