Foreign Letters of the Continental Congress Free
NARA M61. The letters in this publication are useful for understanding the basis of international law in the United States. They include instructions sent to US ministers and consuls abroad from 1785 to 1790, sent by John Jay, Secretary of Foreign Affairs; Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State; and others. They are arranged chronologically.…More
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Foreign Letters of the Continental Congress and Department of State, 1785-1790. Original data from: The National Archives
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