- February 2, 1848: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo signed, ended the Mexican–American War and ceding to the United States virtually all of what is today the southwest of that country.
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... Concerning the International Deposit of Industrial Designs, a WIPO-administered treaty, a procedure for an international registration exists ... international deposit with WIPO or with the national office in a country party to the treaty ... design will then be protected in as many member countries of the treaty as desired ...
... From April to May 1882, the United States and Korea negotiated and approved a 14-article treaty ... The treaty established mutual friendship and mutual assistance in case of attack and also addressed such specific matters as extraterritorial rights for American citizens in Korea and most favored nation trade status ... The treaty remained in effect until the annexation of Korea in 1910 ...
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“The hand that signed the treaty bred a fever,
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Great is the hand that holds dominion over
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