4 edition of Limitation of armament on the Great Lakes. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||JX1906 .A3 no. 2.|
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|Pagination||1 p. l., vii, 57 p.|
|Number of Pages||57|
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"Report of the Honorable John W. Foster, Secretary of State, in response to Senate resolution of Aprelative to the agreement April, between the United States and Great Britain concerning the naval forces to be maintained on the Great Lakes." "Report of the Honorable John W.
Foster, Secretary of State, in response to Senate resolution of Aprelative to the agreement April, between the United States and Great Britain concerning the naval forces to be maintained on the Great Lakes." Limitation of Armaments on the Great Lakes Hardcover – January 1, by John W.
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His Majesty the King, etcetera, and the United States of America, Desiring through the abolition of their naval armament on the Great Lakes, to contribute to the maintenance of the peace and good understanding that that happily so long subsisted between them, and Limitation Of Armament On The Great Lakes de John Watson Foster.
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