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July 13, 2009
Sierra Leone achieved independence on the 27th of April 1961. the country attained republican status on the 19th April 1971. Since independence many changes have been experienced politically and economically and in the social society of Sierra Leone.
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In 1787, British philanthropists founded the “Province of Freedom” which later became Freetown, a British crown colony and the principal base for the suppression of the slave trade. By 1792, 1200 freed slaves from Nova Scotia joined the original settlers, the Maroons. Another group of slaves rebelled in Jamaica and travelled to Freetown in 1800.
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Archaeology findings show that Sierra Leone has been inhabited for thousands of years. Traditional historiography has customarily presented it as a people by successive waves of invaders; but the language pattern suggests that the coastal Bulom (Sherbro), Temne, and Limba have been in continuous settled occupation for a long time, with sporadic immigration from inland...
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Land distances
This chart shows the distance between towns and cities in Sierra Leone, you can use it as a guide. The chart was provided courtesy of the Sierra Leone National Tourist Board.
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Land distances
This chart shows the distance between towns and cities in Sierra Leone, you can use it as a guide. The chart was provided courtesy of the Sierra Leone National Tourist Board.
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