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63d Cong., 1st Sess. (1913), Senate Documents, Vol. 20, Doc. 82.

Rule of Treaty Construction, Hannis Taylor, 63d Cong., 1st Sess. (1913), Senate Documents, Vol. 20, Doc. 31.

Diplomatic History of the Panama Canal, 63rd Cong., 2d Sess. (1918–14), Senate Documents, Vol. 15, Doc. 474.

PORTO Rico Books Rowe, L. S., The United States and Porto Rico, New York,

1904. VERRIL, A. H., Porto Rico, Past and Present, and San Domingo

of Today, New York, 1914.

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ALLEN, C. H., How Civil Government Was Established in

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Sci. Rev., 4, pp. 180–196 (1910).
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Rev., 170, pp. 464-471 (1900).
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BOWEN, H. W., Castro and American Diplomacy, No. Amer.

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pp. 65–71 (1902). SMITH, G. H., Porto Ricans and the Constitution, Arena, 23,

pp. 626-684 (1900). WILLOUGHBY, W. F., Reorganization of Municipal Government

in Porto Rico, Pol. Sci. Quart., 24, pp. 409-448 (1909).

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Dalton, L. V., Venezuela, New York, 1912.

Rev., 184, pp. 577-580 (1907).
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ASPINALL, A. E., The British West Indies, Boston, 1912.
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the West Indies, New York, 1898.
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Annexation to the United States, London, 1912.

OBER, F. A., Our West Indian Neighbors, New York, 1904.

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INDEX

A B C Powers, 3-4, 346

Bananas, American trade in, 39 relation of, to United States, 346- consumption of, in the United 348

States, 278 Africa, partition of, 2

Costa Rica, 156, 157 Amador, Manuel, 200, 201

development of trade in, 278, 279 American foreign policy in Carib- food value of, 279 bean, 336-351

Honduras, 171, 172 See also Monroe Doctrine; Protec- imported, by Europe, 279 torates

by United States, 276-281 American foreign trade, 27, 28, 47, Jamaica, 38, 39

48, 51, 52, 57, 87, 88, 156, 241, Nicaragua, 185
251, 338, 343, 344

See also Fruit trade
See also Foreign trade

Banking connections, West Indian, American investments abroad, 28,

25 323

Barbados, 47 growth of, 23, 28

Barbados sugar, 47, 49 in Caribbean, 30, 32

Balfour, A. J., on Caribbean fortifiin Central America, 30

cations, 315 in Colombia, 31

Bermuda, 58 in Cuba, 89, 90, 94, 264, 265

foreign trade with, 59, 60 in Dominican Republic, 110

products of, 59 in Panama, 31

tourist travel in, 60 See also Capital; Foreign Invest- Bertrand, Francisco, 166 ments; Investments

Big Brother Policy, 336-351 American naval interests in Carib- See also Protectorates, Caribbean, bean, 315, 316, 319-320, 321,

American interests in; De322

pendence of Caribbean American Navy in the Caribbean, Big business in Caribbean, 294, 326 315, 316, 319, 322

Blanco, G., 243 and Panama, 196, 217, 222, 223 Bonilla, Manuel, 166 American leadership in Caribbean, Brazil, coffee, 266 349, 350

Brazilian valorization scheme, 257 Arrowroot, 51

British Caribbean Colonies, fortifiAsia, partition of, 2

cation in, 314-316 Asphalt, 255

British Colonies. See Great Britain control of, in Caribbean, 296 British Guiana, decline of, 62 Trinidad, 44

foreign trade with, 62, 63 Atrato River Canal route, 232

population of, 62

products of, 63 Bahamas, American trade in, 57

sugar of, 63 population of, 55, 56

British Honduras, foreign trade products of, 56

with, 61 prosperity of, 55, 56

population of, 60, 61 sponges of, 56

British Navy, oil supply of, 293 turtle shell of, 56

British West Indies, 33-67 Baker, L. D., pioneer in fruit trade, American trade with, 20 277

economic position of, 64, 67

Bryan, W. J., and the Colombian

Treaty, 236
Buchanan, William I., 169
Bunau-Varilla, P., 201, 204

Cabrera, Estrada, 161
Cacao, 253, 255, 257, 269, 270

expansion of trade in, 270, 273
Grenada, 50
imports of, in United States, 271,

272
manufacture of, 43
production of, Caribbean, 302, 303
tariffs on, 45
Trinidad, 43
West Indian, 45
where consumed, 270, 271

where grown, 270
Caceres, Raymond, 119
Caperton, William B., 138, 140
Capital, and native populations, 306

British, 240
in Caribbean, 28, 295-306, 333, 334
character of exploitation by, in

Caribbean, 296, 297, 298 influence of, on Caribbean politics,

325, 326 on politics in North and South

America, 325, 326 invested, in fruit trade, 280

in sugar mills, 300-301 See also American investments;

Foreign investments; Invest

ments Capitalistic development of agricul

ture in Caribbean, 305 Caribbean, 52

big business in, 294, 326
cacao production, 302, 303
coffee, 256, 266
commercial importance of, 15
concessions in, 322, 335
control of asphalt in, 296
copra production in, 302
degree of development of, 27
dependence of, ii, 143, 252, 253,

327
on foreign capital, 302, 303
on foreign markets, 250-258

on United States, 255, 260 development of, character of, 294

295
handicaps in, 303, 304

industrial, 35 exploitation of population of, 306 foreign investments in, 302, 303,

331-334
fruit trade in, 298

Caribbean, fruit trade in, control of,

296, 297
harbor improvements in, 309-319
ignorance of, 15
international position of, 8
labor, 295

character of, 305
leadership in, 336-351
markets for products of, 255
oil of, 286, 287
oil supply of, attitude of United

States toward, 292 political interests in, 20 population of, 258, 259, 305 ports of, effect of canal on, 308 ports of call of, 309-312 products of, 11, 260, 275 republics of, independence of, 339

351 small investments in, 302, 303 tariffs in, 25 trade with United States, 274, 338 United States' interest in, 15, 19,

24, 144, 145, 273, 275, 336 commercial, 338 United States' position in, 32, 336 Caribbean colonies, British, 33-67,

307, 312, 313 fortification of, 314-316 Danish, 76, 77, 78, 79, 311 Dutch Antilles, 309 European, 308

French, 68, 72, 310 Caribbean commerce, 9, 10, 25, 343,

344 American share in, 26, 64, 65, 66,

67, 338, 339 amount of, 10, 24, 26 character of, 9 division of, 24

increase of, 24, 25, 26 Castro, C., Venezuelan dictator, 244

248 Central America, British rights in,

218 Court of Justice in, 185, 186 foreign investments in, 30 irresponsible governments in, 152 lack of political unity in, 149 Monroe Doctrine and, 348 oil in, 288 population of, 150 public debt of, 152, 153 railroads in, 153, 154, 299, 300 revolutions in, 149, 151 United States' interest in, 148, 149

policy toward, 187, 192 China, concessions in, %

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