Elder Moses Jensen tribal people. Kru ethnic group in Liberia 

Elder Moses Jensen tribal people. Kru ethnic group in Liberia 

The billionaire R. G. LeTourneau with late President of Liberia Mr. William V.S. Tubmen in 1953.

The billionaire R. G. LeTourneau with late President of Liberia Mr. William V.S. Tubmen in 1953.

The Liberian Registry – the second largest in the world – includes over 3900 ships of more than 131 million gross tons, which represents 11 percent of the world’s ocean going fleet.   indigenous NATIVE,Liberians never given opportunity /consider to be Train as a Maritime officers for placement ,foreign crew on board called Liberians.

The Liberian Registry – the second largest in the world – includes over 3900 ships of more than 131 million gross tons, which represents 11 percent of the world’s ocean going fleet. indigenous NATIVE,Liberians never given opportunity /consider to be Train as a Maritime officers for placement ,foreign crew on board called Liberians.

Mayflower was the ship that carried free slaves known negro-descent the ancestors children in Liberia called themselves Americo-Liberians when status is not recognised in the US.

Mayflower was the ship that carried free slaves known negro-descent the ancestors children in Liberia called themselves Americo-Liberians when status is not recognised in the US.

Joseph Jenkins Roberts was the first and seventh President of Liberia. Born free in Norfolk, Virginia, US, Roberts emigrated to Liberia in 1829 as a young man. He opened a trading store in Monrovia, and later engaged in politics.

Joseph Jenkins Roberts was the first and seventh President of Liberia. Born free in Norfolk, Virginia, US, Roberts emigrated to Liberia in 1829 as a young man. He opened a trading store in Monrovia, and later engaged in politics.

R. G. LeTourneau Mission Development project of Liberia was stablished 1953, later the President close down 1960.

R. G. LeTourneau Mission Development project of Liberia was stablished 1953, later the President close down 1960.

THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF LIBERIA has the aim to raise awareness of the traditional history and conflict resolution that divided Liberia into two categories, Indigenous Liberians and Americo Liberians as well as the evaluation of the work of the American Colonisation Society in 1822. This project has been register for copyright protection all rights reserved. If you want to contribute send us a message. 

 

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