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Boundary between the United States and Great Britain [electronic resource] : message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 28th May last, in relation to the boundary between the United States and Great Britain.

Related Names: Van Buren, Martin 1782-1862.
Language(s): English
Published: [S.l. : s.n., 1838?]
Subjects: Traité de Gand, > (1814).
Treaty of Ghent, > (1814).
Northern boundary of the United States.
États-Unis > Frontière du Nord.
États-Unis > Frontières > Canada.
Canada > Frontières > États-Unis.
United States > Boundaries > Canada.
Canada > Boundaries > United States.
Note: Signed: M. Van Buren.
Caption title.
At head of title: 25th Congress, 2d Session. [Doc. No. 451.], Ho. of Reps. Executive.
"July 3, 1838. Read, and laid upon the table."
ISBN: 0665326319
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