Subseries - Papers and documents concerning the "modus vivendi" sealing claims…

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Papers and documents concerning the "modus vivendi" sealing claims…

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  • Continuation of title: Papers and Documents, concerning the "Modus Vivendi" sealing claims that arose, in 1892. affecting the owners of the Schooners "Favourite," "Kate," "Henrietta," and the "Winifred."

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  • 1892-1937 (Creation)

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8.5 cm of textual records.

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Subseries consists of drafts of letters and documents, notes, and supporting material, as well as final declarations, petitions, and memorials regarding sealing claims. Draft documents include petitions and memorials to various Canadian and British government officials and representatives. The draft letters are addressed to many of the same Canadian government officials, representatives, and others found in the Correspondence series. Supporting material includes incoming correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other related documents. There is no discernible order to the material.

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Drafts and notes are written on a variety of low-quality paper, including ephemera, and much of them are in poor condition.

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