[Toronto? : s.n.], 1902; 27 pages
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|Creator||Hodgins, Thomas, 1828-1910|
|Title||The Alaska-Canada boundary dispute, under the Anglo-Russian treaty of 1825, the Russian-American Alaska treaty of 1867, and the Anglo- American conventions of 1892, 1895 and 1897 : an historical and legal review|
|Published||[Toronto? : s.n.], 1902|
|Document source||Bibliothèque nationale du Québec, Montréal|
24 p. : map ; 25 cm.
"(From the Contemporary Review.)"
'"A strip of land ... was assigned to Russia ... It is the same strip of land which the United States acquired in the purchase of Alaska."--Mr. Secretarg [sic] Blaine to the British Ambassador, 1890.'
Includes bibliographical references.