Sunday, April 24, 2011

Early Contacts -- U.S.-Afghan Relations

Between 1828 and 1841, a young Pennsylvanian named Josiah Harlan lived in Afghanistan, and his adventures may have inspired Rudyard Kipling’s famous tale The Man Who Would Be King. - Early Contacts - In Small Things Remembered: The Early Years of U.S.-Afghan Relations. -- Afghanistan Exhibition Opening Reception at Meridian - History of U.S.-Afghan Relations “Remembered” in New Exhibition - Prime Minister Daoud and Vice President Nixon visit the US Capitol


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