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Keiô 3 (慶応三年)

Timeline of 1867

Other Events of 1867

  • The French take three more provinces of Southeast Asia.
  • Kaikin bans on Japanese traveling overseas are lifted.
  • Kôno Bairei opens his juku in Kyoto.
  • Charles LeGendre, US Consul in Amoy, leads a mission to meet with Taiwanese aboriginal leaders, and receives a promise from a man called Tôkitoku in Japanese sources that ships flying the US flag will not be attacked.
  • Seward's Folly - The United States purchases Alaska from Emperor Alexander II of Russia.
  • A temporary Treaty of Friendship between Japan and the Kingdom of Hawaii is signed by US Minister R.B. Van Valkenburgh, representing Hawaii.

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