This category lists sites concerning the 19th century Mexican-American War.
Smithsonian online exhibition of the political, cultural, and social character of America in 1846. In addition to the War, it looks at communications, transportation, manufacturing, social reform, science and pseudoscience, art, and literature.
Military Society of the Mexican War. Includes history of the war and the 150 year old society, biographies, historical accounts, documents, photographs, artwork and links.
Located near La Juncta, CO. During the war with Mexico in 1846, the fort became a staging area for Colonel Stephen Watts Kearny's "Army of the West". Park information and links.
Text written in 1847 by Frank S. Edwards, a volunteer. Includes 7 chapters of details of military campaigns, with an Appendix.
Kansas. National Park Service site about Fort established in 1842 and garrisoned by dragoon and infantry soldiers that played a major role in the Mexican War.
A brief description of the major events of the war.
Detailed roster by regiment and company of Indiana soldiers who served in the Mexican War.
A brief description of the Merchant Marine's in the Mexican-American War
From the Utah Education Network, a brief description of the war with links to places, people, and related sites.
Historical school text from "American History" (1911) by David Muzzey, discussing the War.
Comprehensive site by Prof. De la Cova that includes maps, artwork, articles, and many links.
An information site that has articles on battles, dragoons, the military, the times, artillery, a bulletin board, photographs and reenactor information.
Links to transcriptions of newspaper articles and images related to the war from Virginia Tech. The transcriptions may be downloaded and used for teaching and research.
History of Michigan's troops and their service during the war.
Description of the War and Ohio's role in it.
Selected images from the Library of Congress relating to the War with Mexico (1846-1848); one chapter from a 1955 publication of the Prints and Photographs Division, Pictorial Americana.
Texas. Brief description and location of this battlefield park.
Eyewitness account by John Bidwell of Fremont in the conquest of California.
A listing of the main facts about the war, plus a brief description of the causes and the conflict. It also contains unique facts and links.
From Texas Trail, an article that describes the background, campaigns, and impact of the war.
Politics in Mexico, republic of Texas and annexation, war, protests, California and the rest of northern Mexico. The invasion at Veracruz and fall of Mexico City, and the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
Extensive free resources for the student of the War. Features detailed accounts of the battles, and biographies and pictures of the key leaders.
A database of political history and cemeteries, with brief biographical entries for U.S. political figures who died in the War between 1846-1847.
From the Descendants of the Mexican War, contains history, images, maps, historic sites, reading list, chronology, and statistics.
An online companion resource to the PBS documentary. Text in English and Spanish. Contains dialogues, timeline, discussions, and resources.
Contains the text of the Treaty and related primary source materials from the online collections of the Library of Congress.
From the Avalon Project, the complete text of the treaty that ended the Mexican-American war.
US political context and overview of military campaign that ended with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1816-1848. Provides links to US military sources.
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