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Walker's Expedition to Nicaragua: History - Wells, William V - 1856. 
NY: Stringer & Townsend, 1856. - 316p. Walker was leader of the Filibusterers in Nicaragua. Supported by isthmian transit interests and pro-slavery elements, Walker subjugated Nicaragua and appointed himself dictator. Includes an account of the Nicaraguan Expedition, recruiting in San Francisco, a statement on Nicaraguan foreign relations, and an appendix of diplomatic correspondence. Ex.lib. recently rebound in red library cloth. Number printed on spine. Engraving of Walker trimmed at margins, No map. Very Good Copy [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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