Moroccan–American Treaty of Friendship

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Moroccan–American Treaty of Friendship

The Moroccan–American Treaty of Friendship was a treaty between Morocco and the United States. It was signed in 1786.[1] By signing it, King Mohammed III began diplomatic relations with the newly independent United States.

The treaty agreed that free Moors of North Africa would remain free and not be classified as Negroes, blacks, or slaves.

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  1. Roberts, Priscilla H. and Richard S. Roberts, Thomas Barclay (1728-1793): Consul in France, Diplomat in Barbary. Lehigh University Press. 2008, pp.158-223. ISBN 978-0-934223-98-0.

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