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Convention of Kanagawa - Wikipedia
On March 31, 1854, the Convention of Kanagawa or Kanagawa Treaty (神奈川 条約, Kanagawa Jōyaku) was the first treaty between the United States of America ... More »

Definition of Treaty of Kanagawa - 19th Century History - About.com


By Robert McNamara. Definition: The Treaty of Kanagawa was an 1854 agreement between the United States of America and the government of Japan.

Treaty of Kanagawa | Japan-United States [1854] | Britannica.com


Jul 20, 1998 ... (March 31, 1854), Japan's first treaty with a Western nation. Concluded by representatives of the United States and Japan at Kanagawa (now ...

Treaty of Kanagawa signed with Japan - Mar 31, 1854 - HISTORY.com


In Tokyo, Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry, representing the U.S. government, signs the Treaty of Kanagawa with the Japanese government, opening the ...

Treaty of Kanagawa in Japan: Definition & History | Study.com


Did you know that for roughly 200 years, Japan intentionally cut itself off from much of the world? This all changed in 1854. This lesson explains the history and  ...

Treaty of Kanagawa for kids*** - US American History


Find a summary, definition and facts about Treaty of Kanagawa with Japan for kids. Treaty of Kanagawa and Gunboat Diplomacy of Commodore Matthew Perry.

Treaty of Kanagawa - Oxford Reference


The Treaty of Kanagawa was followed within two years by similar agreements with Britain, Russia, and the Netherlands, and in 1858 by the more wide-ranging  ...

Milestones: 1830–1860 - Office of the Historian


The Japanese grudgingly agreed to Perry's demands, and the two sides signed the Treaty of Kanagawa on March 31, 1854. According to the terms of the treaty, ...

Commodore Perry's Expedition to Japan - Grifworld.com


After much intense negotiations, the Japanese gave in and signed the Treaty of Kanagawa on March 31st, 1854. The treaty guaranteed that the Japanese would  ...

Treaty of Kanagawa - Conservapedia


Sep 13, 2016 ... The Treaty of Kanagawa was signed in 1854 and allowed the United States to use two ports and open an embassy in Japan; it opened a ...