ARGENTINE-CHILIAN BOUNDARY. A SHORT REPLY TO THE CHILIAN STATEMENT. PRESENTED TO THE TRIBUNAL APPOINTED BY HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT "TO CONSIDER AND REPORT UPON THE DIFFERENCES WHICH HAVE ARISEN WITH REGARD TO THE FRONTIER BETWEEN THE ARGENTINE

[Argentina].

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London: Printed for the Government of the Argentine Republic by William Clowes and Sons, 1902. 67 pages of text. With 21 folding maps and photographic panoramas. In two folders inside the covers are 4 large detailed maps of the region comprised of 14 sheets. Small folio, 13 x 10 inches. Original brown publishers cloth; mild edge soiling. (Item ID: 2535)


The Argentina - Chile boundary was first established, by international accord through a treaty in 1855. To clear certain disagreements, Argentina created a new agreement in 1893 and in 1896 a new treaty was negotiated to settle further disputes, especially in the southern region of the border. As no agreement was finalized arbitration was provided by the Queen of England. The British Arbitration Commission provided this report to which is added an appendix announcing the final boundary results.
A very nice complete copy of an uncommon work. Housed in a modern custom slipcase.


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