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Message from the president of the United States, upon the subject of the present state of affairs between the state of Maine and the British province of New Brunswick [electronic resource].

Corporate Author: United States.
Related Names: Van Buren, Martin 1782-1862.
Language(s): English
Published: [S.l. : s.n., 1839?]
Subjects: Nouveau-Brunswick > Frontières > Maine.
Maine > Frontières > Nouveau-Brunswick.
États-Unis > Frontière du Nord-Est.
Northeast boundary of the United States.
New Brunswick > Boundaries > Maine.
Maine > Boundaries > New Brunswick.
Note: Signed and dated: M. Van Buren [i.e. Martin Van Buren]. Washington, February 26, 1839.
Caption title.
At head of title: 25th Congress, 3d Session. Doc. No. 222. Ho. of Reps. Executive. Maine and New Brunswick.
ISBN: 0665480563
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