Catalog Record: Statement of reasons from an American standpoint: 1. why the Hawaiian Reciprocity Treaty ought not to be abrogated by the tariff bill; and, 2. why it should not, on its merits, be abrogated at all. With an appendix showing opinions of Presidents, Secretaries of State, American Ministers and Naval and Military Officers, and acts of Hawaiian and the American Congress concerning the political control or annexation of Hawaii | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Statement of reasons from an American standpoint: 1. why the Hawaiian Reciprocity Treaty ought not to be abrogated by the tariff bill; and, 2. why it should not, on its merits, be abrogated at all. With an appendix showing opinions of Presidents, Secretaries of State, American Ministers and Naval and Military Officers, and acts of Hawaiian and the American Congress concerning the political control or annexation of Hawaii.

Main Author: Thurston, Lorrin A. 1858-1931.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Gibson, 1897.
Subjects: Hawaii > History > Annexation.
United States > Commerce > Hawaii.
Hawaii > Commerce > United States.
Note: Cover title.
Physical Description: 51 p.
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