Cadiz to Cathay: The Story of the Long Diplomatic Struggle for the Panama Canal
Stanford University Press, 1947 - Nicaragua Canal - 548 pages
A complete record of the diplomatic background and history of the development of the Panama Canal.
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PROJECTS Conflicts and THE COMPROMISE 18001850
THE CANAL POLICY OF THE UNITED STATES EVOLVES
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