The International Conferences of American States, 1889-1928: A Collection of the Conventions, Recommendations, Resolutions, Reports, and Motions Adopted by the First Six International Conferences of the American States, and Documents Relating to the Organization of the Conferences

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

FIRST CONFERENCE

Conferencia Internacional Americana. "Dictámenes de las comisiones permanentes y debates a que dieron lugar". Edición hecha bajo la dirección de la Comisión ejecutiva. Texto castellano. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1890-1891. Tomos I, II: Dictámenes de las comisiones permanentes y debates a que dieron lugar (1890); Tomo III: La Excursión. Apéndice relativo al viaje de los delegados á diversos lugares de los Estados Unidos, con noticias concernientes á estos últimos y los discursos que fueron pronunciados (1891).

International American Conference. Reports and Recommendations, together with the Messages of the President and the Letters of the Secretary of State transmitting the Same to Congress. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1890.

International American Conference. "Reports of Committees and Discussions Thereon". English edition. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1890. Vols. I, II: Reports of Committees and Discussions Thereon (Revised under the direction of the Executive Committee by Order of the Conference, adopted March 7, 1890); Vol. III: Excursion Appendix. Narrative of the Tour of the Delegates through the United States, together with Descriptions of Places Visited, and Reports of Addresses Delivered; Vol. IV: Historical Appendix. The Congress of 1826, at Panama, and Subsequent Movements toward a Conference of American Nations.

Minutes of the International American Conference. Actas de la conferencia internacional americana. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1890. [English and Spanish in parallel columns.] The original manuscript minutes of the proceedings of the First Conference are in the Pan American Union.


SECOND CONFERENCE

Second American International Conference, Mexico, 1901-1902. Recommendations, Resolutions, Conventions and Treaties. See below, Segunda Conferencia Internacional Americana. Recomendaciones, etc.

Second International Conference of American States. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a Communication from the Secretary of State, submitting the Report, with Accompanying Papers, of the Delegates of the United States to the Second International Conference of American States, held at the City of Mexico from October 22, 1901, to January 22, 1902. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1902.

Second International American Conference, Mexico, 1901-1902. Organization of the Conference, Projects, Reports, Motions, Debates and Resolutions. Edition issued under the direction of the General Secretary. English text. Mexico, Typographical department of Government printing office, National Palace, 1902.

Segunda Conferencia Internacional Americana, Mexico, 1901-1902. Organización de la conferencia, proyectos, informes, dictámenes, debates y resoluciones. Edición hecha bajo la dirección de la Secretaría General. Texto castellano. México, Tipografía de la Oficina Impresora de Estampillas, Palacio Nacional, 1901.

Segunda Conferencia Internacional Americana, Mexico, 1901-1902. Recomendaciones, resoluciones, convenciones y tratados. Texto castellano. Mexico, Tipografía de la Oficina Impresora de Estampillas, Palacio Nacional, 1902. [English and French texts follow the Spanish, each with special title-page. Unpaged.]

Segunda Conferencia Pan-Americana. "Actas y documentos". Second Pan-American Conference. Minutes and Documents. Mexico, Tipografía de la Oficina Impresora de Estampillas, Palacio Nacional, 1901. [Spanish and English in parallel columns.] The Department of State has certified copies of most of the conventions and resolutions of the Second Conference. The original manuscript minutes of the proceedings of the Second Conference are in the Pan American Union.

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