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war with Mexico, 1846-1848

a select bibliography on the causes, conduct, and the political aspect of the war, together with a select list of books and other printed material on the resources, economic conditions, politics, and government of the Republic of Mexico and the characteristics of the Mexican people.

by Henry Ernest Haferkorn

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Published in Washington barracks, D.C .
Written in English

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    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementWith annotations and an index. Published for, and dedicated to, the officers of the United States army and navy by Henry E. Haferkorn.
      GenreBibliography.
      SeriesSupplement, no. 1, Professional memoirs, March-April, 1914, vol. VI, no. 26. Bibliographical contributions. Bulletin no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ1009 .P93 no. 1.
      The Physical Object
      Pagination4 p. l., 93, xxviii p.
      Number of Pages93
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6565537M
      LC Control Number14005368
      OCLC/WorldCa1941954

      Moreover had the conflict not taken place the physical geography of the Continental United States and its long-term history would be completely different. Larkin, the U. The Mexicans resisted at Cerro Gordo and elsewhere, but were bested each time. InSpain's colonial province of Texas Tejas had few inhabitants, with only about 7, non-Indian settlers.

      Every step of the way was a hard-fought victory, however, and Mexican soldiers and civilians both fought bravely to save their land from the American invaders. Every step of the way was a hard-fought victory, however, and Mexican soldiers and civilians both fought bravely to save their land from the American invaders. This could have serious consequences for the victim. Many American miners, often spendthrifts, resented their presence and discriminated against them, believing the Chinese, who represented about 8 percent of the nearlywho arrived, were depriving them of the opportunity to make a living. When his offer to purchase those lands was rejected, he instigated a fight by moving troops into a disputed zone between the Rio Grande and Nueces River that both countries had previously recognized as part of the Mexican state of Coahuila. Army and formed the Saint Patrick's Battalion to fight for Mexico.

      Winfield Scott landed in Veracruz and took over the city. The epitome of these Gold Rush boomtowns was San Francisco, which counted only a few hundred residents in but by had reached a population of thirty-four thousand Figure Eisenhower was a brigadier general Army Reservesa U. Stockton were able to conquer those lands with minimal resistance.


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War with Mexico, 1846-1848 book

Many Whigs also denounced the war. The most despised, however, were the thousands of Chinese migrants. Independent miners were supplanted by companies that could afford not only to purchase hydraulic mining technology but also to hire laborers to work the hills. The United States had long argued that the Rio Grande was the border war with Mexico Mexico and the United States, and at the end of the Texas war for independence Santa Anna had been pressured to agree.

Explore the U. The Gold Rush had begun. Eager to earn money to send to their families in Hong Kong and southern China, they quickly earned a reputation as frugal men and hard workers who routinely took over diggings others had abandoned as worthless and worked them until every scrap of gold had been found.

He simply reports the facts as they occurred. Aside from my significant gripes with the book, it still is a good overview of the war itself. InCalifornia imposed a tax on foreign miners, and in it prohibited all immigration from China. Lee and George Meade who would later come to be known as very significant players in the American Civil war.

Although some Californios staged a short-lived rebellion in Septembermany others submitted to the U. Northern Mexico was a violent and chaotic area due to the Indian raids.

As California-bound vessels stopped in South American ports to take on food and fresh water, hundreds of Peruvians and Chileans streamed aboard. The epitome of these Gold Rush boomtowns was San Francisco, which counted only a few hundred residents in but by had reached a population of thirty-four thousand Figure That's a profound fact.

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