The Emerging Nation: A Documentary History of the Foreign Relations of the United States Under the Articles of Confederation, 1780-1789, Volume 2
Mary A. Giunta, J. Dane Hartgrove, Mary-Jane M. Dowd
National Historical Publications and Records Commission, 1996 - 1081 pages
A collection of diplomatic dispatches, treaties, private letters, and other documents providing insight into the beginnings of United States foreign policy.
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