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Letter from Gonazalo de Quesada to John Hay

Quesada, Gonzalo de, 1868-1915
Gonzalo de Quesada, Special Commissioner of Cuba to the United States, raises the issue of Consul General Bragg's behavior which has offended the Cuban people and threatens the harmony between their two countries. He is sure that President Roosevelt will not allow this behavior to continue and awaits Secretary of State Hay's reply.
Diplomatic etiquette, International relations, Cuba, Bragg, Edward S. (Edward Stuyvesant), 1827-1912, Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919, Squiers, Herbert G. (Herbert Goldsmith), 1859-1911
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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