1 edition of The U.S.-Mexican War found in the catalog.
The U.S.-Mexican War
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||United States-Mexican War|
|LC Classifications||E404 .H36 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 208 pages|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||2013043759|
The literary archive of the U.S.-Mexican War () opens to view the conflicts and relationships across one of the most contested borders in the Americas. Most studies of this literature focus on the war's nineteenth-century moment of national expansion. In The Literatures of the. "DeLay's War of a Thousand Deserts begins with a long-neglected question: what role did Indian Nations of the Southern Plains—Comanches, Kiowas, Apaches—play in the era of the U.S.-Mexican War? His answers sweep across the borderlands in stories of violence, trauma, and the devastating cultural effects of endemic warfare on indigenous and Mexican peoples alike.
This narrative history describes the events preceding, and the prosecution of, the Texas Revolution and the U.S.-Mexican War. It begins with the introduction of the empresario system in Mexico in , a system of land distribution to American farmers and ranchers in an attempt to strengthen the postwar economy following Mexico's independence from : McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers. An American Language has something novel and urgent to say about identity, pluralism, and the state. Lozano has written an ambitious and important book.”—Brian DeLay, author of War of a Thousand Deserts: Indian Raids and the U.S.-Mexican War “This book is a tour de force with powerfully important implications.
Get this from a library! The U.S.-Mexican War: a complete chronology. [Bud Hannings] -- "The U.S.-Mexican War () mainly centering around control of Texas, was the first offensive war for the United States. This chronology includes military actions of the war and the many Indian. The map on page 3 shows the war's dramatic consequences. The pre-war Mexican borders stretched to Colorado and west to the northern California coast. All of that was once Mexican land inhabited by thousands of Mexican citizens. changed that. The book traces the war's roots back to Texas and Mexico's enticing immigration policies.5/5(2).
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A major revolution would come in The book ends with discussions of border residents captured between the two postwar cultures. Chicanos still clearly remember the war while identifying with both Mexico and the US.
The US-Mexican war has unfortunately fallen from popular memory. This is surprising given its deep and indelible by: 2. The U.S.-Mexican War: A Complete Chronology and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
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The U.S.-Mexican War: A Binational Reader and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more The U.S.-Mexican War: A Binational Reader UK ed. Edition4/5(2).
The only public issue that rivaled the U.S.-Mexican War for bitterness of debate was slavery - and slavery Controversial and unpopular, at the time the U.S.-Mexican War divided the country's loyalties more than any event since the Revolution/5.
Companion to the powerful public television documentary of the same name, The U.S. -- Mexican War examines this historical conflict from various perspectives and provides a comprehensive bi-cultural analysis of the event. Paperback, pages Published by Bay Books & Tapes/5(9).
This book, THE TEXAS REVOLUTION AND THE U.S.-MEXICAN WAR: A CONCISE HISTORY covers the full course of the war. The victories in Mexico were, in every instance, over vastly superior numbers/5(2).
This book tells the story of the U.S.-Mexican War by bringing together numerous U.S. and Mexican voices together. I selected accounts by Mexican soldiers to 5/5(1). The Mexican-American War () marked the first U.S.
armed conflict chiefly fought on foreign soil. It pitted a politically divided and militarily unprepared Mexico against the expansionist-minded administration of U.S. President James K.
Polk, who believed the United States had a “manifest destiny” to spread across. Mexican-American War: U.S. declaration of war Proclamation by Pres. James Polk printed in a leaflet declaring the United States to be at war with Mexico, printed in Printed Ephemera Collection; PortfolioFolder 4—Rare Book and Special Collections/Library.
The U.S.-Mexican War was the first major event captured by photographs (daguerreotypes) as well as by prints, and this book assembles quite a number of both.
In addition to two dozen lithographs included in the introductory sections, over prints and daguerreotypes, grouped according to where and when they were taken, comprise the book.
Very good book that shows the military uniforms of the armies back that time. This series always presents good illustration of the equipment of war. This particular volume brings the uniforms of both the U.S.
and Mexican armies vividly to mind and lends immeasurably to one's understanding of the conflict/5(10). Book Description: The Mexican-American War of the s, precipitated by border disputes and the U.S.
annexation of Texas, ended with the military occupation of Mexico City by General Winfield Scott. In the subsequent treaty, the United States gained territory that would become California, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and parts of Wyoming and Colorado.
The U.S.-Mexican War, also known as the Mexican-American War and the Mexican War, took place from toand was mainly about control of Texas. Mexico claimed this territory despite Texas having declared itself a republic years earlier, while the U.S.
wished to annex Texas and make it the 28th : Bud Hannings. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The U.S.-Mexican War (Vol.
1&2): The Relations Between the U.S. And Mexico, Attitudes on the Eve of War, the Brand: Madison & Adams Press. This narrative history describes the events preceding, and the prosecution of, the Texas Revolution and the U.S.-Mexican War.
It begins with the introduction of the empresario system in Mexico ina system of land distribution to American farmers and ranchers in an attempt to strengthen the postwar economy following Mexico's independence from Spain/5.
How would you react?The U.S.-Mexican War of presents such a horrifying scenario. Written after the end of the conflict, it tells of the Mexican government that launches war on its neighbor to "take back" what it lost in the 19th : Anthony Genualdi. Buy This Book in Print.
summary. The literary archive of the U.S.-Mexican War (–) opens to view the conflicts and relationships across one of the most contested borders in the Americas. Most studies of this literature focus on the war’s nineteenth-century moment of national expansion. In The Literatures of the U.S.-Mexican War Cited by: 4.
Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find The U.S.-Mexican War () by Christensen, Carol/5(9). Get this from a library. The U.S.-Mexican War. [Carol Christensen; Thomas Christensen] -- Discusses the issues, including the concept of manifest destiny, that led to war between the U.S.
and Mexico inthe events of the war, and the impact of its outcome. These native polities are invisible, or at best trivial, in history books about the U.S.–Mexican War, Manifest Destiny and Mexico’s own early national period. This fact testifies to a colossal case of historical amnesia because Indian peoples fundamentally reshaped the ground upon which Mexico and the United States would compete in the mid.
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Scanned in China. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: With Bruce DuBose. It began as a border dispute, but soon escalated into a month conflict that transformed a continent.
This critically acclaimed documentary series explores the events surrounding the conflict between two neighboring nations struggling for land, power and identity. In the war, Mexico lost almost half of its national territory -- the present Southwest from Texas to /10(2).