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who granted the United States the right to navigate the Mississippi and deposit goods at New Orleans
Pinckney's Treaty granted the United States the right to navigate the Mississippi River and deposit goods at the port of New Orleans.
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Pinckney's Treaty granted the United States the right to navigate the Mississippi River and deposit goods at the port of New Orleans.
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