5 examples of liberia's in sentences
Roberts, who afterward became Liberia's most distinguished citizen, was a Virginia Negro, having been born at Norfolk in 1809, and brought up near Petersburg.
It is an old story; but in Liberia's case it was particularly disastrous.
In the course of time English traders established themselves within this district, who refused to recognize Liberia's jurisdiction, and who smuggled in large quantities of goods in bold defiance of the revenue laws.
As early as 1866 correspondence with the British Government was opened; and Liberia's jurisdiction was more than once virtually recognized.
Thus once more strength proved triumphant; Liberia's boundary was set at the Manna River, and Sierra Leone, which had possessed but a few hills and swamps, was given a valuable coast line.