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The Treaty of Ghent: provided for the return to the United States of all impressed seamen opened ports of the West Indies to United States trade returned all national boundaries to their pre-war status none of the above
The Treaty of Ghent returned all national boundaries to their pre-war status.
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The Treaty of Ghent returned all national boundaries to their pre-war status.
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