The Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United States

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903
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The statistics of "Immigration and passenger movement" are included in the report on foreign commerce to 1895, and for 1893-1894 are also published separately.

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Shipments of merchandise between New York and San Francisco via Isthmus of Panama 1903
886
Quantity and value of lumber etc the produce of Maine etc sa wed or hewn in New Brunswick by American citizens and admitted free of duty into t...
889
Products of the whale fisheries taken by American vesels and fishermen brought into the United States 1903
890
Vessels entered and cleared at United States ports on the Gulf coast otherwise than in the foreign trade from and to United States Atlantic ports north ...
891
COMMERCE OF GUAM AND TUTUILA
893
27 Imports and exports of merchandise total valnes of hy countries other than the United States 1903
894
Shipments of domestic merchandise by articles to the United States and exports by articles to foreign countries 1903
898
Shipments of domestic merchandise by articles from the United States to Ilaska 1903
903
Shipments of foreign merchandise by articles to the United States and exports hy articles to foreign countries 1903
905
Shipments of foreign merchandise by articles from the United States to Alaska 1903
906
34 Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Alaska by countries 1903
907
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Alaska in its trade with the United States by nationality 1903
908
37 Imports and exports of merchandise total values of by countries other than the United States 1903
909
Imports of merchandise summary of by articles from countries other than the Cuited States 1903
919
Exports of domestic merchandise by articles and countries other than the United States 1903
921
Shipments of domestic merchandise hy articles to the United States and exports by articles to foreign countries 1903
927
Shipments of domestic merchandise hy articles from the United States to Hawaii 1903 27
930
Shipments of merchandise from the United States to Hawaii total values by customs districts 1903
931
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Hawaii in its trade with foreign countries 1903
932
Number and tonnage of vessels entered and cleared at Hawaii in its trade with the United States by nationality 1903
934
Index to imports Tables 3 4 and 15 and exports domestic and foreign Tables 6 7 9 and
963

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