Fur seal arbitration. Proceedings of the Tribunal of Arbitration, convened at Paris under the treaty between the United States of America and Great Britain concluded at Washington February 29, 1892, for the determination of questions between the two governments concerning the jurisdictional rights of the United States in the waters of Bering sea.
Fur Seal Arbitration in Paris. (no date) SED 177 (pts. 1-16), 53-2, v7 (pts. 1-16), 8246p. [3166 (pts. 1-16)] Negotiations between the U.S. and Great Britain over seal hunting in the Bering Sea; Alaskan natives, or Indians are brought into the discussion at various points.
Johnson's Bibliographic Reference
Serial Set Citation
Alaskan Natives* Alaska - Seals* Great Britain* Bering Sea
Senate Executive Document
Congressional Document Number
S. Exec. Doc. No. 177, 53rd Cong., 2nd Sess. (1894)
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