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Find out what took place between United States & Great Britain on November 30, 1782. Discover what happened on September 3, 1783. Learn which Forefather did a complete reversal regarding his stance on privateering. Get an in depth analysis behind what took place on September 10, 1785 benefiting United States. Understand importance behind what happened on June 21, 1788. Learn if United States declared war on England come start of Second Decade to 19th Century and whether or not privateering was still in use. Determine if United States had an opportunity to partake in abolishing Privateering once and for all just before 1861. Learn how practice of privateering came back into play during time when Civil War broke out. Discover what path America took following aftermath of Civil War’s end regarding privateering. Learn what became of Elbridge Gerry’s legacy including a controversial measure he instituted which still remains embedded in American Politics today. Find out exactly when British Troop Forces officially pulled out from New York. Discover which American Magazine went about publishing first hand reports of imprisonment aboard British Prison Warship HMS Jersey. Find out what discovery got made in October 1902 which was an incredible find. Learn about what got done in New York to honor the more than 11,500 American Prisoners of War whom died while being held captive aboard 16 British Prison Ships. Determine if there is still any wording in U.S. Constitution regarding presence of privateers. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kirk-monroe/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kirk-monroe/support