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BOUNDARIES

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Author: 
Edward Seccomb Wallace
Article Abstract: 
These chapters tell the story of the Mexican boundary survey under Bartlett in 1850-53, and mention the subsequent survey by Emory
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Wallace, Edward Seccomg. The great reconnaissance. Chapts. 1-7
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Why there's no port

Author: 
R.G.Willson
Article Date: 
September 5, 1976
Language: 
English
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The United States - Mexican Boundary Survey, 1848-1853

Author: 
W. H. Goetzmann
Article Date: 
October 1958
Language: 
English
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The surveyors were sober

Author: 
R.G.Willson
Article Date: 
August 29, 1965
Article Abstract: 
About the international boundary and how it came to be that way. Includes some humorous explanations.
Language: 
English
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The heart of Ambos Nogales; boundary Monument 122

Author: 
F. and H. Rochlin
Article Date: 
Summer 1976
Article Abstract: 
Includes many photographs
Language: 
English
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The controversial boundary survey and the Gadsden treaty

Author: 
O. B. Faulk
Article Date: 
Autumn 1962
Language: 
English
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The Colorado River International Boundary

Author: 
J. F. Hill
Article Date: 
December 1968
Language: 
English
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Our 'lost' seaport

Author: 
R.G.Willson
Article Date: 
November 16, 1975
Language: 
English
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Mexico's forbidden zones: the presidential decree of April 29, 1971

Article Date: 
1973
Article Abstract: 
Foreign development of land in Mexican border areas
Language: 
English
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Into the valley of death; the Crabb filibustering expedition into Sonora, Mexico, 1857

Author: 
H. S. Giffin
Article Date: 
Winter 1975
Language: 
English
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