The Cotton Tree

The Cotton Tree is a Ceiba pentandra, also known commonly as a kapok tree, a historic symbol of , the capital city of . According to legend, the "Cotton Tree" gained importance in 1792 when a group of former African American slaves, who had gained their freedom by fighting for the British during the American War of Independence, settled the site of modern Freetown.
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