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The Nootka Sound Controversy, in the "Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1904".

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Author: Manning, William Ray

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Washington: Government Printing Office, 1905. 8vo in dark blue cloth. VG+. pp. 279-478. There is minor rubbing at the corners and a previous owner name stamp (small) and pencil notes on the ffep.; else a clean copy in tight binding; some leaves uncut. A very nice copy of the volume containing this significant study.

Strathern [354] notes that Manning's research won the Justin Winsor Prize, and describes the work thusly: "It remains a most valuable study and the annotated bibliography [pp. 472-478] is an essential reference work." Whale [976]. Soliday [Vol. 3 - 432]

From the Preface to the Nootka Sound study: "The French revolutionary period contains so much of greater importance that historians have neglected the Nootka Sound incident. Of the few writers who have discussed it, the majority have written from a partisan standpoint....The purpose of this monograph is to give a more extended account, drawn largely from unpublished sources, and to correct as many of the errors as possible." Nootka Sound, an inlet on Vancouver Island, was named by Captain Cook in 1778. Spain and England both made claim to sovereignty over the area, and sought support from their respective allies. War that may well have involved several European nations was contemplated.

The complete volume run 707 pp. Also worthy of note from this compendium: Bibliographical Notes on Early California' by Robert Cowan [pp. 267-278]; 'The Campaign of 1824 in New York' by C.H. Rammelkamp [pp175-203], and 'The Exploration of the Louisiana Frontier, 1803-1806' by Isaac J. Cox [pp. 149-174] and ‘On the Necessity in America of the Study of the Early History of Modern European Nations’ by Friedrich Keutgen. inter alia.

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