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Database topics
Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
Physical extent
1 online resource (105,704 images).
  • "Class 000. General and miscellaneous matters, including such subjects as records of the Department, publications, tours and visits, and the diplomatic pouch service
  • Class 100. Matters pertaining to the administration of the U.S. Government, including its foreign service
  • Class 200. Matters pertaining to the negotiation, application, and interpretation of extradition treaties and to individual extradition cases
  • Class 300. Matters pertaining to the protection of U.S. private and national interests
  • Class 400. Matters pertaining to the negotiation, application, and interpretation of treaties on claims and to individual claims cases
  • Class 500. Matters of common interest to the governments or the people of several countries, such as international congresses and conferences, multilateral treaties, and the League of Nations
  • Class 600. Matters pertaining to commerce, customs administration, and trade agreements
  • Class 700. Matters pertaining to political relations of states, including diplomatic and consular representation and bilateral treaties, conventions, and agreements
  • Class 800. Matters relating to the internal affairs of states, such as heads of governments, departments of governments, legislation, public welfare, finance, currency, commerce, transportation, mining, and forestry."
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"Organized by country, this collection covers a wide range of viewpoints on political, social, and economic issues. It sheds light on the foreign relations interactions between Central American and South American countries. In the Caribbean, Cuba, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic are represented. This collection includes cables, memoranda, correspondence, reports and analyzes, and treaties."--Home page.
Database topics
Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
1 online resource (120,581 images).
This collection of U.S. State Department records consists of political and military documents relating to the Mexican Revolution and its aftermath -1910-1924. These unique and insightful records provide an unprecedented look at the Mexican Revolution, which began in 1910 and continued sporadically until the new Constitution was adopted in 1917, through to and including the election of Calles.