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1904 Alaskan Boundary Tribunal U.S. Atlas Maps and Charts for Case and Counter
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This lot is an original antique book summarizing the United States’ case for their position concerning the boundaries of Alaska. The book is approximately 19″ tall by 15.5″ wide and includes 47 charts and maps, many of them are two-pages.

The book “Alaskan Boundary Tribunal U.S. Atlas: Maps and Charts Accompanying the Case and Counter Case of the United States” is a comprehensive collection of cartographic and geographic documents presented during the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal of 1903. This tribunal was convened to resolve the boundary dispute between the United States and Canada (under British jurisdiction) concerning the southeastern boundary of Alaska. The atlas includes detailed maps and charts that illustrate the United States’ arguments and counterarguments in the case. It provides an invaluable historical record of the geographic and political considerations involved in the boundary determination, highlighting the strategic significance of the region and the complexities of international territorial negotiations.

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The cover of this book has taken a beating although it is still solid and neither the front or back is separated from the pages, although the spine has begun to separate. It has dents and dings, scrapes and scratches, and some significant stains. However, the inside pages (maps and charts) are in excellent condition with not tears or creases and only minor toning. All the pages are still firmly bound together. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.


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