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" The general tendency of these several decrees was the same ; they were intended to place a large proportion of the land of the country in the hands of the white race. The military force of the state might, for a time, secure the Americans in the government... "
Filibusters and Financiers: The Story of William Walker and His Associates - Page 208
by William Oscar Scroggs - 1916 - 408 pages
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The War in Nicaragua

William Walker - Nicaragua - 1860 - 431 pages
....general tendency of these several decrees was the same ; they were intended to place a large proportion of the land of the country in the hands of the white...military force of the State might, for a time, secure the Americans in the government of the Republic, but in order that their possession of government might...
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The War in Nicaragua

William Walker - Nicaragua - 1860 - 431 pages
...the bad or uncertain titles. It also gave an advantage to those familiar with the habit of registry. The general tendency of these several decrees was the same ; they were intended to place a large proportion of /the land of the country ia the hands of the white race. The military force of the State...
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Agent of Empire: William Walker and the Imperial Self in American Literature

Brady Harrison - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 238 pages
..."requisite" step and seized control of the nation's wealth. As president, he choreographed a huge land grab: The general tendency of these several decrees was the same; they were intended to place a large proportion of the land of the country in the hands of the white race. The military force of the State...
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