Belize - The Americas - U.S. foreign relations materials in the pre-1861 U.S. Congressional Serial Set - Pre-1861 U.S. Foreign Relations Materials - Historical Documents
U.S. Congressional Serial Set: Documents on Belize (The Americas) before 1861
4 sources, in chronological order.
|Message from the President of the United States, with correspondence between the Secretary of State and Don Justo Sierra, the representative of Yucatan, called for by a resolution of the Senate||May 5, 1848||Serial Set Vol. No. 508, Session Vol. No. 6, 30th Congress, 1st Session, S. Exec. Doc. 42||17|
|Documents in answer to a resolution of the House respecting Tigre Island, referred to the committee on Foreign Affairs||July 22, 1850||Serial Set Vol. No. 579, Session Vol. No. 10, 31st Congress, 1st Session, H. Exec. Doc. 75||332|
|Message from the President of the United States, in answer to a resolution of the Senate calling for information in relation to the establishment of a new British Colony in Central America||January 4, 1853||Serial Set Vol. No. 660, Session Vol. No. 3, 32nd Congress, 2nd Session, S. Exec. Doc. 12||4|
|Message from the President of the United States, communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, certain correspondence in relation to Central America. Referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations||January 24, 1853||Serial Set Vol. No. 660, Session Vol. No. 3, 32nd Congress, 2nd Session, S. Exec. Doc. 27||106|