The Influence of Border Troubles on Relations between the United States and Mexico, 1876-1910

The Influence of Border Troubles on Relations between the United States and Mexico, 1876-1910

The Influence of Border Troubles on Relations between the United States and Mexico, 1876-1910

The Influence of Border Troubles on Relations between the United States and Mexico, 1876-1910

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The materials for this study have been drawn, in so far as it has been possible, from manuscript sources in the Library of Congress, the archives of the Department of State, and the Rutherford B. Hayes papers in Fremont, Ohio. The General William Tecumseh Sherman papers in the Library of Congress and the diplomatic materials in the State Department proved particularly valuable. In addition many printed sources and secondary works have been used.

The writer wishes to express his deep appreciation of the interest and loyalty of Dr. William Stull Holt in preparing this study. The late Dr. John H. Latané by his kindly guidance and Dr. Charles C. Tansill by his generous introduction to the archives in Washington gave great encouragement and aid. The courtesy and interest of Dr. Curtis Garrison formerly of the Library of Congress are gratefully acknowledged.

R. D. G.

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