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Ireland's request to the government of the United States of America for recognition as a sovereign independent state, issued at the office of the Irish Diplomatic Mission 1045 Munsey Building, Washington, D.C.
|Main Creator:||De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975.|
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Washington : Irish Diplomatic Mission, 1920.
Letter to the President of the United States, signed Éamon de Valéra, President of the Republic of Ireland, October 27, 1920; Appendices relating to war aims, Ireland's exercise of the right of self-determination, the Ulster question, the Continental Congress address to the people of Ireland, etc. ; exhibits include Ireland's declaration of independence, message to the nations, democratic programme, etc., of the First Dáil, 1919, case for independence submitted to the Peace Conference, attitude towards the League of Nations, thanks of Dáil Éireann to U.S. Congress, etc.
Signed by Éamonn de Valéra and endorsed by him, 27.10.1920, for Caitlín Ní Chonaill.
Physical description: 136 p. ; 23 cm. (8vo)
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