Catalog Record: Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the correspondence between this government and that of Great Britain, on the subject of the claims of the two governments to the territory west of the Rocky Mountains | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the correspondence between this government and that of Great Britain, on the subject of the claims of the two governments to the territory west of the Rocky Mountains [electronic resource].

Language(s): English
Published: [Washington? : s.n.], 1828(
Subjects: Oregon (Région).
Grande-Bretagne > Réclamations contre les États-Unis.
Frontière du Nord-Ouest (États-Unis).
États-Unis > Réclamations contre la Grande-Bretagne.
United States > Claims vs. Great Britain.
Northwest, Pacific.
Northwest boundary of the United States.
Great Britain > Claims vs. United States.
Note: Includes correspondence between Albert Gallatin and Henry Clay.
At head of title: 20th Congress, 1st Session. [Doc. No. 199]. Ho. of Reps. Executive. Territory west of the Rocky Mountains.
"March 15, 1828. Read, and laid upon the table."
ISBN: 0665410603
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