Gadsden Treaty

April 2009
Rourke's Native American History & Culture Encyclopedia;Apr2009, Issue 4, p6
Reference Entry
Information on Gadsden Treaty or Gadsden Purchase which was inked in 1853 between the U.S. and Mexico is presented.


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