- Political and financial affairs:1—revolution, with Dominican aid; measures taken by the United States to restore order; resignation of President Oreste; election of President Zamor; recognition of his Government by the United States; resignation of President Zamor; election of President Theodore; proposal by the United States of a customs convention and other conditions precedent to recognition of his Government. Protest of Haiti against shipment abroad on the U. S. S. Machias of Government funds on deposit in the Banque Nationale (Documents 487-586)
- Ineffective blockade of Cape Haitien (Documents 587-592)
- Haitian aid to revolutionists in the Dominican Republic; attitude of the United States.
- Protection of Haitian officials and their families by American diplomatic and consular officers (Documents 593-599)