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Last Will and Testament of Daniel WebsterN/A
Windsor Castle as the home of kingsN/A
A daily lesson in history : Mrs. Ann Chase, the heroine of Tampico in the Mexican WarN/A
The heroine of TampicoN/A
Various news clippings reporting on the wedding of George A. Rawson to Josie M. Chase, and othersN/A
[Cover] Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848. Mit Abbildungen und Beschreibung aller Schlacheten in Mexico
[Turner and Fischer's German Pictorial Almanac, 1848]
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[Advertisement page for Stationer and Book Dealer Philip Borbek of Philadelphia]N/A
Finsternisse, 1848.
[[Eclipses of the Sun and Moon for the Year 1848], from Turner and Fischer's German Picture Calendar (Almanac), 184]
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[Title Page] Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848. Enthaltend: Eine getreue Beschreibung aller Schlachten und Begebenheiten des mexicanischen Kriegs, mit sechszehn Original Abbiludungen, nebst einem Verzeichniss der Sonn- und Mond-Finsternisse, u.s.w.
[Turner and Fischer's German Pictorial Almanac, 1848, containing a true description of all battles and incidents of the Mexican War, with sixteen original illustrations together with an index of sun and moon eclipses, etc.]
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[Page with Twelve Signs of the Zodiac, the Four Seasons, Notable Dates, from Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848]N/A
[Noteworthy Incidents from the Last War (War of 1812), from Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848]N/A
[Moon Phases, Weather Forecasts, and an Article on Zachary Taylor, from Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848]N/A
Der erste Monat, Januar
[The First Month, January]
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Der zweite Monat, Februar
[The Second Month, February, 1848]
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Capt. Rowlands Commando ersteigt den Independentia mit ihrer Kanone
[Captain Rowland [sic., Roland]'s "commandos" climb Independence Hill with their Cannon]
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Der dritte Monat, Martius
[The Third Month, March, 1848.]
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Tod des Capitains Ridgely
[Death of Captain Ridgely]
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Der vierte Monat, Aprilis -- 1848
[The Fourth Month, April 1848]
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Aufbrechen der Hauser wahrend der Schlacht von Monterey durch die texanischen Rangers.
[Texas Rangers Breaking into Houses during the Battle of Monterrey]
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Der funfte Monat, May -- 1848
[The Fifth Month, May 1848]
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Tod des Obersten Yell in der Schlacht von Buena Vista
[Death of Colonel Yell in the Battle of Buena Vista]
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Der sechste Monat, Junius -- 1848
[The Fifth Month, June 1848]
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Lieutenant Ritchie von einem Ranchero mit der Wurfschlinge gefangen und ermordet
[Lietenant Ritchie Captured and Killed by a Ranchero with a Lasso]
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Der siebente Monat, Julius -- 1848
[The Seventh Month, July 1848]
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Gefangennahme von Capitain May's Nachhut.
[Capture of Captain May's Rearguard]
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Der achte Monat, Augustus -- 1848
[The Eighth Month, August 1848]
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Capitain Henrie's waghalsiges und wunderbares Entkommen von den Mexicanern
[Captain Henry's Daring and Miraculous Escape from the Mexicans]
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Der neunte Monat, September--1848
[The Ninth Month, September 1848]
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Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848N/A
Der zehnte Monat, October-- 1848
[The Tenth Month, October 1848]
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Tod des tapfern Major Ringgold in der Schlacht von Palo Alto
[Death of the Brave Major Ringgold in the Battle of Palo Alto]
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Der elfte Monat, November--1848
[The Eleventh Month, November 1848]
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Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848N/A
Der zwolfte Monat, Dezember--1848
[The Twelfth Month, December 1848]
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Capitain Thornton von den Mexicanern angerissen.
[Captain Thornton "snatched" by the Mexicans]
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Die Schlacht von Buena Vista
[The Battle of Buena Vista]
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Die Schlacht von Buena Vista (text only)
[The Battle of Buena Vista (text only)]
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[Title Page for The Old Rough and Ready Almanac for the year of our lord, 1849]N/A
The Mexican Flag Cut Down by Col. Seymour, and the Stars and Stripes Planted on the Heights of Chapultepec.N/A
Major General Zachary TaylorN/A
Col. McClellan's Attack on the GuerrillasN/A
Death of Henry Clay, Jr. at the Battle of Buena VistaN/A
Arrest of General Valencia.N/A
American Forces Entering the City of Mexico.N/A
[Text p. 17 from The Old Rough and Ready Almanac for the year of our lord, 1849]N/A
A Mexican Lepero.N/A
The Siege of Puebla.N/A
Gen. George Cadwalader, in Command, at the Storming of Chapultepec.N/A
Captain Drum's Glorious Re-capture of the Brass Six Pounders.N/A
General Scott's Triumphal Entry into the City of Mexico, on the 14th of September, 1847.N/A
Remarkable Events in the War with Mexico.N/A
Death of the Gallant Captain Walker, the ["]Thunderbolt of the Rangers," at the Battle of Huamantla.N/A
A Skirmish Between a Guerilla Party and the U.S. Dragoons at the National Bridge.N/A
Old Rough and Ready Almanac for the year of our lord, 1849,N/A
Cover - Calendario de Abraham Lopez; Arreglado Al Meridiano de Mexico N/A
Enarbolan el Pabellon Mexicano, Portal del Aguila de Oro
[ Raising the Mexican Flag, Portal of the Golden Eagle]
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Title Page - Calendario de Abraham Lopez; Arreglado al Meridiano de Mexico Y Antes Publicado en Toluca Para el Ano de 1849N/A
Calendario de Antonio Rodriguez, para el año de 1849, arreglado al meridiano de Mexico - coverN/A
Title Page - Calendario de Antonio Rodriguez, para el año de 1849, arreglado al meridiano de Mexico.N/A
Calendario de Antonio Rodriguez, para el año de 1849, arreglado al meridiano de Mexico, Tipografic noticeN/A
Breve Reseña Histórica de los Principales Acontecimientos
[Brief History of Major Events]
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RancherosN/A
Winfield Scott frontispieceN/A
A report has prevailed in the CampFebruary 5, 1846
El general en gefe del cuerpo de ejército del Norte, á los valientes de la primera division que se halla al frente del enemigo
[The General-in-Chief of the Army Corps of the North, to the brave men of the first division that finds itself before the enemy]
September 5, 1846
Gobierno superior del Departamento de Nuevo-Leon
[Central Government of the Department of Nuevo Leon]
September 24, 1846
Gobierno superior del Departamento de Nuevo-Leon
[Central Government of the Department of Nuevo Leon]
September 24, 1846
Pedro de Ampudia, general en gefe del cuerpo de ejército del Norte, y encargado del poder ejecutivo del Estado de Nuevo-Leon, á los habitantes de esta ciudad, hago saber:
[Pedro de Ampudia, General-in-Chief of the Army Corps of the North, and responsible for the Executive Power of the State of Nuevo Leon, to the inhabitants of this city, I make it known:]
September 27, 1846
Comandancia general del Estado de Coahuila.--E. Sr.--El Escmo. Sr. general D. Pedro de Ampudia, en gefe de la division del Norte, con fecha de hoy, desde Monterey, me dice lo siguiente
[General Command of the State of Coahuila. His Excellency Pedro de Ampudia, General-in-Chief of the Division of the North, from Monterey, tells me the following dated today]
October 1, 1846
Ejército del Norte.--General en gefe.--Escmo. Sr.-- Despues de una defensa brillante, en que el enemigo fué rechazado, con pérdida de mil y quinientos hombres, de varios puestos
[Army of the North. General-in-Chief. Most Excellent Sir. After a brilliant defense, in which the enemy was repulsed with a loss of 1500 men from various positions]
October 2, 1846
December 17, 1846
newspaper clippingDecember 17, 1846
Los azotes dados por los Americanos.
[Lashes Given by American Troops]
1847
El general en gefe, nombrado contra los sublevados de esta capital
[The appointed General-in-Chief against the rebels of this capital]
February 27, 1847
Plan para la restauracion de los verdaderos principios federativos. Proclamado por la guarnicion y guardia nacional de esta capital
[Plan for the restoration of the true federative principles. Proclaimed by the garrison and the National Guard of this capital]
February 27, 1847
In resuming the command of Saltillo, the commanding officer deems it proper to issue the following orders:April 26, 1847
A complimentMay 21, 1847
IndiansMay 21, 1847
General Orders, No. 296September 23, 1847
General Orders, No. 297September 25, 1847
General Orders, No. 298September 25, 1847
The CityOctober 14, 1847
W.S. Pierce ObituaryAugust 8, 1901

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