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Despatches From United States Consuls in Canton, 1790-1906.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State from U.S. consular representatives at Canton, China from February 21, 1790 to August 9, 1906.

Diplomatic Instructions of the Department of State, 1843-1906.
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Communications addressed by the Department of State of U.S. diplomatic representatives to China, from April 24, 1843 to August 23, 1867. The communications are registered on unnumbered pages at the beginning of the volume.

Despatches From United States Ministers to China, 1843-1906.
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Despatches to the Department of State from U.S. diplomatic representatives to China from June 27, 1843 to August 14, 1906. Most of the despatches are original numbered despatches and many are accompanied by enclosures. The despatches contain a wealth of information concerning not only China proper but also Manchuria, Tibet, Formosa, Korea, the Philippine Islands and Indochina.

China-Consular Despatches, Amoy, 1844-1906.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State by U.S.Consular officials at Amoy, China, between October 29, 1844, and August 13, 1906. A large number of the despatches are cover letters for enclosures of a routine nature such as tables of consular fees, arrivals and departures of U.S. vessels, trade statistics, civil actions before consular court, aid rendered American seamen, and other data collected in the ordinary course of consular duty.

Despatches From United States Consuls in Shanghai 1847-1906.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State from U.S. consular representatives at Shanghai, China from March 1, 1847 to August 8, 1906.

China-Consular Despatches, Foochow, 1849-1906.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State by U.S. Consular officials at Foochow, China, between July 14, 1849, and June 12, 1906. A large number of the despatches are cover letters for enclosures of a routine nature, such as tables of consular fees, trade statistics and other data collected in the ordinary course of consular duty. In addition, there are detailed despatches covering a wide range of subjects.

China-Consular Despatches, Macao, 1849-1869.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State by the U.S. Consular officials at Macao, China, between June 18,1849, and December 6, 1869. A number of the despatches are cover letters for enclosures of a routine nature, such as tables of consular fees, arrivals and departures of U.S. vessels, and other data collected in the ordinary course of consular duty. In addition, there are several series of volumes containing materials on relations between China and the U.S.

China-Consular Despatches, Chefoo, 1863-1906.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State by U.S. Consular officials at Chefoo, China, between March 10, 1863, and August 2, 1906. A large number of the despatches are cover letters for enclosures of a routine nature, such as tables of consular duty. In addition, there are detailed despatches covering a wide range of subjects.

China-Consular Despatches, Chinkiang, 1864-1902.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State by U.S. Consular officials at Chinkiang, China, between September 16, 1864, and June 18, 1902. A large number of the despatches are cover letters for enclosures of a routine nature, such as tables of consular fees, arrivals and departures of U.S. vessels, trade statistics, civil actions before consular, and other data collected in the ordinary course of consular duty. Additional materials are contained in volumes on relations between China and the U.S.

China-Consular Despatches, Chungking, 1896-1906.
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Despatches, with enclosures, addressed to the Department of State from U.S. Consular officials at Chungking, China, between July 18, 1896, and July 7, 1906. Despatches include data of a routine nature as collected in the ordinary course of consular duty.

China-Consular Despatches, Nanking, 1902-1906.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State from U.S. Consular officials at Nanking, China, between July 3, 1902 and June 18, 1906. Despatches include enclosures and letters collected in the ordinary course of consular duty.

China-Consular Despatches, Hangchow, 1904-1906.
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Despatches, with enclosures, addressed to the Department of State from U.S. Consular officials at Hangchow, China, between September 13, 1904, and May 22, 1906. Two communications from George E. Anderson regarding his appointment as consul are included, as are other data collected by the consulate before its closure in June, 1906.

China-Consular Despatches, Antung, Manchuria, 1904-1906.
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Despatches with enclosures addressed to the Department of State from U.S. Consular officials at Antung, Manchuria, China, between March 14, 1904, and May 25, 1906. Included with routine despatches, cover letters, and enclosures are documents such as official memoranda prepared by State Department officials and letters from private U.S. citizens. In addition, there are despatches covering a broad range of subjects including export-import requests, suggestions for a division of consular districts, and statistical data.

China-Consular Despatches, Mukden, Manchuria, 1904-1906.
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Despatches addressed to the Department of State by U.S. Consular officials from Mukden, Manchuria, China, between March 14, 1904, and August 13, 1906. A number of the despatches are cover letters for enclosures of a routine nature, such as memoranda prepared by State Department officials and letters from private U.S. citizens. In addition, there are several series of materials on relations between China and the U.S.

Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files: China, Internal Affairs, 1930-1939.
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Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files: China, Internal Affairs, 1940-1944.
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United States-China Relations, 1940-1949.
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Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files: China, Internal Affairs, 1945-1949.
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Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files: China, Internal Affairs, 1950-1954.
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Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files: China, Foreign Affairs, 1955-1959.
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Confidential U.S. State Department Central Files: China, Foreign Affairs, 1950-1954.
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Confidential U.S. Department Central Files: China, Internal Affairs, 1955-1959.
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