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U.S.-Habsburg Relations from 1815 to the Paris Peace Conference : Sovereignty Transformed

By: Phelps, Nicole M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: West Nyack : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (308 p.).ISBN: 9781107247420.Subject(s): Austria -- Foreign relations -- United States | Citizenship -- United States -- History | Diplomatic and consular service, American -- History | Diplomatic and consular service, Austrian -- History | Immigrants -- United States -- History -- 19th century | Immigrants -- United States -- History -- 20th century | United States -- Foreign relations -- Austria | United States -- Race relations -- HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: U.S.-Habsburg Relations from 1815 to the Paris Peace Conference : Sovereignty TransformedDDC classification: 327.730436 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Abbreviations""; ""Introduction: The Habsburg Empire and the United Statesin Transnational Perspective""; ""Chapter 1: Community and Legitimacy: The Diplomatic Culture of the Great Power System""; ""Chapter 2: Becoming a Great Power: U.S.-Habsburg Diplomatic Relations and the Integration of the United States into the Great Power System""; ""Economics and the American Case against Diplomacy""; ""The Hungarian Revolution and Lajos Kossuth""; ""Motley, Mexico, and the Crowning of the King of Hungary""
""Anthony Keiley and the Agrément Controversy""""Hengelm�ller, Penfield, and the Height of U.S.-Habsburg Relations""; ""Chapter 3: Protection and the Problems of Dual Citizenship: U.S. Consuls in the Habsburg Empire""; ""Chapter 4: The Limits of State Building: Habsburg Consuls in the United States and the Protection of Lives and Property""; ""Chapter 5: Racial Identity and Political Citizenship: American Challenges to Habsburg Sovereignty""; ""Chapter 6: Giving Up on Austria-Hungary: The End of the Great Power System and the Shift to the Nationalist Successors""
""Chapter 7: Establishing Sovereignty: The Process of Aligning Race, Place, and Citizenship""""Conclusion: After the Peace""; ""Index""
Summary: This study provides the first book-length account of U.S.-Habsburg relations from their origins in the early nineteenth century through the aftermath of World War I and the Paris Peace Conference. By including not only high-level diplomacy but also an analysis of diplomats' ceremonial and social activities, as well as an exploration of consular efforts to determine the citizenship status of thousands of individuals who migrated between the two countries, Nicole M. Phelps demonstrates the influence of the Habsburg government on the integration of the United States into the nineteenth-century gr
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""Cover""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Abbreviations""; ""Introduction: The Habsburg Empire and the United Statesin Transnational Perspective""; ""Chapter 1: Community and Legitimacy: The Diplomatic Culture of the Great Power System""; ""Chapter 2: Becoming a Great Power: U.S.-Habsburg Diplomatic Relations and the Integration of the United States into the Great Power System""; ""Economics and the American Case against Diplomacy""; ""The Hungarian Revolution and Lajos Kossuth""; ""Motley, Mexico, and the Crowning of the King of Hungary""

""Anthony Keiley and the Agrément Controversy""""Hengelm�ller, Penfield, and the Height of U.S.-Habsburg Relations""; ""Chapter 3: Protection and the Problems of Dual Citizenship: U.S. Consuls in the Habsburg Empire""; ""Chapter 4: The Limits of State Building: Habsburg Consuls in the United States and the Protection of Lives and Property""; ""Chapter 5: Racial Identity and Political Citizenship: American Challenges to Habsburg Sovereignty""; ""Chapter 6: Giving Up on Austria-Hungary: The End of the Great Power System and the Shift to the Nationalist Successors""

""Chapter 7: Establishing Sovereignty: The Process of Aligning Race, Place, and Citizenship""""Conclusion: After the Peace""; ""Index""

This study provides the first book-length account of U.S.-Habsburg relations from their origins in the early nineteenth century through the aftermath of World War I and the Paris Peace Conference. By including not only high-level diplomacy but also an analysis of diplomats' ceremonial and social activities, as well as an exploration of consular efforts to determine the citizenship status of thousands of individuals who migrated between the two countries, Nicole M. Phelps demonstrates the influence of the Habsburg government on the integration of the United States into the nineteenth-century gr

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