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[Aroostook War:] Two Messages from The President of the United States, Communicating Additional Correspondence in Relation to the Adjustment of the Northeastern Boundary, and the Occupation of the Disputed Territory. January 29, 1840.
[Aroostook War:] Two Messages from The President of the United States, Communicating Additional Correspondence in Relation to the Adjustment of the Northeastern Boundary, and the Occupation of the Disputed Territory. January 29, 1840.

[Aroostook War:] Two Messages from The President of the United States, Communicating Additional Correspondence in Relation to the Adjustment of the Northeastern Boundary, and the Occupation of the Disputed Territory. January 29, 1840.


Illustration of Fort at Lake Tanniscouta. A continuation in the events concerning the Aroostook War, a.k.a., “The Pork and Beans War.” Maine and the United Kingdom feuded over establishing an international boundary line between Maine and the British Colony of New Brunswick. An actual “war” never occurred and the matter was eventually settled with The Webster–Ashburton Treaty of 1842.


Description: [Aroostook War:] Two Messages from The President of the United States, Communicating Additional Correspondence in Relation to the Adjustment of the Northeastern Boundary, and the Occupation of the Disputed Territory. January 29, 1840.

[Washington, D.C.] Blair & Rivers, printers. Senate Doc. 266. 26th Congress, 1st Session. 1840. 14 pages. Neatly disbound and removed. Very good condition.

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Price: $45.00

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