Great Britain. Foreign Office. FURTHER CORRESPONDENCE RESPECTING THE AFFAIRS OF NORTH AMERICA, 1912-1921. F.O. 414.
London: Public Record Office, 1967
The official correspondence in this collection from 1913 through 1915 focuses primarily on the situation in revolutionary Mexico. Correspondents discuss the mounting tension between the United States and the Huerta regime and examine the security of British citizens and property in Mexico. They also communicate the current political situation in the United States, concerns about the Panama Canal, and demands for rights in the seal fisheries off the Pribiloff Islands. After 1916, the correspondence includes such topics as the Pan-American Conference, the debate over the League of Nations in the United States Congress, post-World War I territorial adjustments, and especially the Washington Conference of 1921.
A table of contents appears at the beginning of each group of letters. Ellis Library has numbers 235-248.
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