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- Ambassador Morgan writes to Commissioner Rockhill to report on his visit to China, including a survey of a German railroad, and his impressions of the Provisional College at Tsinanfu. Morgan also discusses the current state of the war, noting that Chou Fu, the Governor of Shantung would like the United States to join China in an attempt to end the conflict.
- Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), Passenger trains, International schools, International relations, Diplomatic negotiations in international disputes, China, Fu, Chou
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Letter from Edwin Morgan to William Rockhill
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