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JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY STUDIES
Historical and Political Science
HERBERT B. ADAMS, Editor.
PROSPECTUS OF NINETEENTH SERIES
The following University Studies in Historical and Political Science are announced for the year 1901 and will be published at convenient intervals. The cost of subscription for the regular Annual Series comprising about 600 pages, with index, is $3.00. Single numbers, or special monographs at special prices.
AMERICA IN THE PACIFIC AND THE FAR EAST. By J. M. Callahan.
STATE ACTIVITIES IN RELATION TO LABOR IN THE UNITED STATES. By W. F. Willoughby.
REGULATION OF SWEATING SYSTEM.
7. BOARDS OF ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION.
LIFE OF COMMISSARY JAMES BLAIR, FOUNDer of wilLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE. By D. E. Motley.
HISTORY OF suffrage IN VIRGINIA. By J. A. C. Chandler. THE MARYLAND CONSTITUTION OF 1864. By W. S. Myers. GOV. HICKS OF MARYLAND and THE CIVIL WAR. By G. L. Radcliffe.
Other numbers may be announced from time to time.
An extra and supplementary number containing a Bibliography of Publications by Graduates and Members of the Department of History, Politics, and Economics of the Johns Hopkins University from 1876-1900, will also be issued.
NEW EXTRA VOLUME.
THE AMERICAN WORKMAN, BY E. LEVasseur. A Translation by THOMAS S. ADAMS; Edited by THEODORE MARBURG. (In Press.)
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BY JAMES MORTON CALLAHAN, PH. D.
This is a historical study in American diplomacy and international relations as connected with Spain and her former colonies around the Gulf of Mexico. Much of it has a direct bearing upon present conditions in the West Indies, and even in the Philippines. The nature of the subject has led to an extensive consideration of the American policy of territorial acquisition.
The author has made a careful examination of original sources. The materials of his work are drawn from a study of several years among the archives at Washington.
The Johns Hopkins Press has also issued as a volume of
The Diplomatic Relations of the United
BY JOHN H. LATANÉ, PH. D.,
Professor of History in Randolph-Macon Woman's College.
This is a book of timely interest. The introductory chapters form a convenient epitome of South American colonial history to the foundation of the Spanish republics. Cuban affairs, from the time of Napoleon to the year 1898, with the important questions of international law are comprehensively reviewed. Timely also is the chapter on Central American canals. The diplomatic history of these enterprises is essential to an understanding of the present situation.
To all who are interested in the great questions of American foreign policy the work will give valuable assistance.
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