Commodore Perry in the Land of the Shogun - Chapters 13-16, The Treaty, Excursions on Land and Sea, Shore Leave, In the Wake of the Black Ships, Afterword Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-16, The Treaty, Excursions on Land and Sea, Shore Leave, In the Wake of the Black Ships, Afterword Summary

Chapter 13: On March 31st, Commodore Perry and the Japanese signed their treaty. It produced: (a) peace between the U.S. and Japan, (b) trade in the ports of Shimoda and Hakodate, (c) help for American ships wrecked off of Japan and protection of them, (d) assurance that the shipwrecked would not be treated like the Dutch at Nagasaki, (e) consuls and agents from the US could live in Shimoda, (f) Japanese officers would give ships coal, water and general necessities, (g) the US will get any privilege that other nations get in the future and (h) promise that the ratification will take place within eighteen months of...

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