Diplomatic Negotiations of American Naval Officers, 1778-1883
"The diplomatic negotiations of American naval officers fall within the period 1778-1883, and relate to several countries, the most important of which are France, Denmark, the Barbary Powers, Turkey, China, Japan, Korea, Hawaii and Samoa"--Pref.
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