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Treaties of the United States  

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Treaties, Conventions, International Acts, Protocols and Agreements between the United States of America and other Powers 1776-1909. Compiled by William M. Malloy under resolution of The Senate of January 18, 1909

Malloy, William M.


Government Printing Office



2 volumes. xxvi, 1230; v,[1], 1231-2491 pp. (8vo) 22x13.5 cm (8¾x5½"), original red half morocco & cloth, spine lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers & edges. First Edition.

Useful for the study of treaties the United States entered into, many with ramifications on borders and territorial shifts. The name J. R. Knowland stamped in gilt on the spines and his signature on flyleaf of each volume. This is undoubtedly Joseph R. Knowland (1873-1966), the  American politician and newspaper publisher who served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from California from 1904 to 1915, and was owner, editor and publisher of the Oakland Tribune.

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