Documents Relating To The Foreign Relations Of The United States With Other Countries During The Years From 1809 To 1898

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Description : A collected set of congressional documents of the 11th to the 55th Congress, messages of the Presidents of the United States, and correspondence of the State Dept. Many of these pamphlets have been catalogued separately under their respective headings.


Documents Relating To The Foreign Relations Of The United States With Other Countries During The Years From 1809 To 1898

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Description : A collected set of congressional documents of the 11th to the 55th Congress, messages of the Presidents of the United States, and correspondence of the State Dept. Many of these pamphlets have been catalogued separately under their respective headings.


American Cities

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Description : For nonfiction books alphabetically listed on eight US cities: Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, and Miami, annotations consist mainly of the publication data, table of contents, Library of Congress classification, and Dewey class number. The books on Baltimore span the typical range of 1880-1999. Perhaps v.1 contains an introduction explaining the authors' purpose, backgrounds, and city selection criteria. Indexed by author and title. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.


A Treaty Of Peace Between The United States And Spain

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Description : January 4, 1899, read ; treaty read the first time and referred to the Committee on foreign relations, and, together with the message and accompanying papers, ordered to be printed in confidence for the use of the Senate.