Resolution for recognition of independence of Cuba

Congress, U.S.
August 2017
Resolution for Recognition of Independence of Cuba;8/1/2017, p738
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Presents Resolutions number 22 to number 27 approved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States. Resolution relative to the appropriation for the Rouge River, Michigan, approved April 11, 1898; Appropriation for the improvement of the Anacostia River and the reclamation of its flats, approved April 11, 1898; Recognition of the independence of Cuba, approved April 20, 1898; Other resolutions.


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