The Panama Canal and Our Relations with Colombia: Papers Relating to the Acquisition of the Canal Zone, Including an Extract from the Message of President Roosevelt, December 7, 1903, and the Message Relating to the Isthmian Canal, January 4, 1904; an Address by the Hon. Elihu Root Before the Union League Club, on the "Ethics of the Panama Question"; an Editorial from the Outlook of October 7, 1911, on "How the United States Acquired the Right to Dig the Panama Canal"; the Letter of Mr. Hay, Secretary of State, to Gen. Rafael Reyes, Dated January 5, 1904, and an Extract from the Autobiography of Mr. Roosevelt ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1914 - Colombia - 75 pages
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