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  1. I very much enjoyed your documentary on Knowledge Network this evening. It brought back many memories for me. I lived in Monrovia from March 1978 to June 1980 and traveled throughout the country. My family and I were there during the coup in April 1980. My son was born in Monrovia in 1979. I was the Manager of the West African subsidiary of an American engineering company. My company designed the Executive Mansion, much of the power system and transportation infrastructure, and several other important structures there over a period of 30 years. I still maintain connections to several Liberians and ex-pats that I met there. I now live in Vancouver working for BC Hydro.

  2. Lily Gibson says:

    I was very moved by the documentary Liberia 77. Thank you for telling your story.