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tor of the Institute translation
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Discurso de Bienvenida por el Honorable Señor Cordell Hull Secre
104
Welcome on Behalf of the Pan American Union by the Vice Chair
108
Discursos Pronunciados y Estudios Presentados etc Continúa Página
109
A New Chapter in Pan American Cartography by Dr Isaiah Bow 1
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Un Nuevo Capítulo en la Cartografía Panamericana por el Dr Isaiah
128
The Millionth Map of Hispanic America by Dr Raye R Platt 134 1
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El Mapa al Millonésimo de la América Hispana por el Dr Raye
140
PreSpanish Puerto Rico by Dr William H Haas
142
Influence of the Geographic Factor in International Relations
151
nacional en América por el Dr Enrique Finot
158
History of the Origin of International
207
Historia de los Origenes de la Cooperación Inter
213
The Geographical Importance of the Volcanic Axis a Mountain
215
La Evolución de las Investigaciones Mayas por el Dr A V Kidder
226
The Agricultural Mayas by Dr Rollin S Atwood
235
Las Mayas Agrícolas por el Dr Rollin S Atwood resumen
241
HispanicAmerican Map Exhibition at the Library of Congress
243
Exhibición Cartográfica Hispanoamericana en la Biblioteca
255
Sources of American History in Spanish Archives by Dr Roscoe
257
Fuentes de Historia Americana en los Archivos Españoles por
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Actividades Bibliográficas en los Estados Unidos Relativas a
279
Geographical and Economic Factors Influencing Puerto Rican
280
Los Factores Geográficos y Económicos que Afectan a la Agricultura
289
Geography and History Among the Sciences as Influencing Research
291
La Geografía y la Historia entre las Ciencias que se Ocupan
302
Redistribution of Population in the United States by Dr L C
315
Economic Transformation of South America by Dr Clarence
378
La Transformación Económica de Sud América por el Dr Clarence
390
Remarks of the Honorable Sumner Welles Assistant Secretary
395
Discurso por el Honorable Señor Sumner Welles Subsecretario
398
Papers Submitted to the Assembly But Not Read in the Sessions Because
403
Estudios Sometidos a la Asamblea pero que no Fueron Leídos por Falta
409
Mapmaking at the National Geographic Society by Albert
411
Its Scope and Significance by Dr N Andrew
422
Su Alcance y Significación por el Dr N Andrew
433
The original English version of this paper entitled Dating Pueblo
435
La Historia y la Arqueología en Jamestown por Malcolm Gardner
441
Papers Submitted to the Assembly etc Continued Page
442
Early Economic Crises in Cuba and Their Relation to United States
459
Some Phases of the Cultural Relationship Between the United States
468
William Shaler Early American Ambassador of Good Will by Dr
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Some Ways in Which HispanicAmerican Historians May Aid Those
486
The Reform of the Statistical Services of the Cuban Government
492
The History of Mexico and its Modern Interpretation by
498
Cuba from 1500 to 1511 by Dr Carlos M Trelles abstract
512
Address by His Excellency the Ambassador of Mexico Dr Francisco
524
Address by His Excellency the Brazilian Ambassador Dr Oswaldo
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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES AND CONGRESSES IN WHICH
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EXPOSITIONS Fairs AND CELEBRATIONS AT Which
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International Boundary Commission United States and Mexico 93
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International Office of Public Health 99
99
Permanent International Association of Navigation Congresses 105
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82. lappuse - ... remedial or protective works or any dams or other obstructions in waters flowing from boundary waters or in waters at a lower level than the boundary in rivers flowing across the boundary, the effect of which is to raise the natural level of waters on the other side of the boundary unless the construction or maintenance thereof is approved by the aforesaid International Joint Commission.
533. lappuse - ... in the event of an international war outside America which might menace the peace of the American Republics, such consultation shall also take place to determine the proper time and manner in which the signatory states, if they so desire, may eventually cooperate in some action tending to preserve the peace of the American Continent.
82. lappuse - ... to prevent disputes regarding the use of boundary waters and to settle all questions which are now pending between the United States and the Dominion of Canada involving the rights, obligations, or interests of either in relation to the other or to the inhabitants of the other, along their common frontier, and to make provision for the adjustment and settlement of all such questions as may hereafter arise...
6. lappuse - The recognition that every war or threat of war affects directly or indirectly all civilized peoples, and endangers the great principles of liberty and justice which constitute the American ideal and the standard of American international policy...
536. lappuse - That Pan Americanism, as a principle of American International Law, by which is understood a moral union of all of the American Republics in defense of their common interests based upon the most perfect equality and reciprocal respect for their rights of autonomy, independence, and free development, requires the proclamation of principles of American International Law; and That it is necessary to consecrate the principle of American solidarity in all non-continental conflicts...
400. lappuse - it is a national policy to preserve for public use historic sites, buildings, and objects of national significance for the inspiration and benefit of the people of the United States.
77. lappuse - I. All differences or questions that may arise on that portion of the frontier between the United States of America and the United States of Mexico where the Rio Grande and the Colorado rivers form the boundary line, whether such differences or questions...
154. lappuse - Yo sigo la carrera gloriosa de las armas, sólo por obtener el honor que ellas dan: por libertar a mi patria, y por merecer las bendiciones de los pueblos. Ahora pues, cómo he de desear yo marchitar los laureles que me concede la fortuna en el campo de batalla, por dejarme arrastrar como una mujer por pasiones verdaderamente femeninas. No digo con el brigadier Castillo, que sigue nuestra causa, sino con Fernando VII que la combate, me reconciliaría yo por la libertad de la república.
534. lappuse - The High Contracting Parties declare inadmissible the intervention of any one of them, directly or indirectly, and for whatever reason, in the internal or external affairs of any other of the Parties.
82. lappuse - It has jurisdiction over all cases involving the use or obstruction or diversion of boundary waters between the United States and Canada, of waters flowing from boundary waters, and of waters at a lower level than the boundary in rivers flowing across the boundary.

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