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[Prints of the Mexican War and participants]

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[Prints of the Mexican War and participants]
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[Prints of the Mexican War and participants]
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eng
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UPB
Illustrations
illustrations
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no index present
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non fiction
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[Prints of the Mexican War and participants]
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Battle of Buena Vista, fought Feby 23d 1847 -- Battle of Molino del Rey, fought Sept 8th 1847 -- Battle of Monterey. The Americans forcing their way to the main plaza May 23d 1846 -- The brilliant charge of Capt May. At the Battle of Resaca de la Palma (Palm ravine) 9th of May 1846 -- Flight of the Mexican Army. At the Battle of Buena Vista, Febr 23rd 1847 -- Gallant charge of the Kentuckians at the Battle of Buena Vista, Feby 23rd 1847, and complete defeat of the Mexicans -- General Scotts victorious entry into the City of Mexico Sept 14th 1847 -- General Taylor and staff. The heroes of Palo Alto, Reseca de la Palma, Monterey, and Buena Vista -- Grande national democratic banner. Press onward -- [Candidates Polk and Dallas for President and Vice President] -- Grand national whig banner. "Onward!" Henry Clay -- Grand salute at Vera Cruz. From the American Fleet and the Castle San Juan D'Ulloa in honor of the American Flag, which was hoisted over that City and Castle, March 29th 1847 -- James K. Polk. Nominated for Eleventh President of the United States -- Landing of the American forces under Genl Scott at Vera Cruz March 9th 1847 -- Major General Winfield Scott. General in Chief, United States Army. The hero of Chippewa, Lundy's Lane and Vera Cruz -- Major Genl Winfield Scott. U. S. Army -- Major Genl Z. Taylor before Monterrey. Sept 20th 1846 -- Major Samuel Ringgold, of the flying artillery at the Battle of Palo Alto, (Texas) May 8th 1846 -- The Military College of Chapultepec. The ancient site of the halls of Montezumas -- Santa Anna's messengers requesting Genl Taylor to surrender his forces at discretion, previous to the Battle of Buena Vista. "General Taylor never surrenders." -- Storming of the Heights at Monterey. By the American Army Sept. 21st 1846 -- U. S. dragoons cutting their way through a Mexian ambuscade
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
30 x 50 cm.
Extent
23 col. mounted prints
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • vault recon
  • MARS
  • (OCoLC)ocn369867228
Label
[Prints of the Mexican War and participants]
Publication
Note
Battle of Buena Vista, fought Feby 23d 1847 -- Battle of Molino del Rey, fought Sept 8th 1847 -- Battle of Monterey. The Americans forcing their way to the main plaza May 23d 1846 -- The brilliant charge of Capt May. At the Battle of Resaca de la Palma (Palm ravine) 9th of May 1846 -- Flight of the Mexican Army. At the Battle of Buena Vista, Febr 23rd 1847 -- Gallant charge of the Kentuckians at the Battle of Buena Vista, Feby 23rd 1847, and complete defeat of the Mexicans -- General Scotts victorious entry into the City of Mexico Sept 14th 1847 -- General Taylor and staff. The heroes of Palo Alto, Reseca de la Palma, Monterey, and Buena Vista -- Grande national democratic banner. Press onward -- [Candidates Polk and Dallas for President and Vice President] -- Grand national whig banner. "Onward!" Henry Clay -- Grand salute at Vera Cruz. From the American Fleet and the Castle San Juan D'Ulloa in honor of the American Flag, which was hoisted over that City and Castle, March 29th 1847 -- James K. Polk. Nominated for Eleventh President of the United States -- Landing of the American forces under Genl Scott at Vera Cruz March 9th 1847 -- Major General Winfield Scott. General in Chief, United States Army. The hero of Chippewa, Lundy's Lane and Vera Cruz -- Major Genl Winfield Scott. U. S. Army -- Major Genl Z. Taylor before Monterrey. Sept 20th 1846 -- Major Samuel Ringgold, of the flying artillery at the Battle of Palo Alto, (Texas) May 8th 1846 -- The Military College of Chapultepec. The ancient site of the halls of Montezumas -- Santa Anna's messengers requesting Genl Taylor to surrender his forces at discretion, previous to the Battle of Buena Vista. "General Taylor never surrenders." -- Storming of the Heights at Monterey. By the American Army Sept. 21st 1846 -- U. S. dragoons cutting their way through a Mexian ambuscade
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
30 x 50 cm.
Extent
23 col. mounted prints
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • vault recon
  • MARS
  • (OCoLC)ocn369867228

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