Latin American Relations in the Civil War Period

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Smykalska, M. Leon S.S.N.D.
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1948
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Civil War , United States--History
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The study in the following pages represents an attempt to recount in a relatively small space the story of the relations between the United States and the Latin American countries during the crucial period of the American Civil War. |Since many works shelve the Latin American relations during the Civil War period, it was of particular interest to the writer to delve into sources which would reveal any such relations and the policy underlying them in those critical years between 1861 and 1866, the greater portion of this study centers around our Mexican relations. Mexico, because of the "three-great-European power" interest in it, presented the major problems at the time. |In the preparation of this work the writer is especially grateful to Dr. P. Raymond Nielson, department adviser, whose course in "Latin America and the United States," opened up countless avenues of interest in our southern neighbors. His helpful suggestions and guidance in the preparation of this work lightened the task considerably.
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Creighton University
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