The Treaties Between the United States and Mexico: Called the Guadalupe Hidalgo and Gadsden Treaties, and Acts of Congress for Ascertaining and Confirming Mexican Claims to Lands in New Mexico and California
New York Printing Company, 1871 - Mexican War, 1846-1848 - 56 pages
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