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Nicholas Philip TristN/A
Robert Field StocktonN/A
American Indemnity on its Way to Vera CruzN/A
View of the Hacienda in the Valley of GwatamapaN/A
Battle with the Indians on the Madre MonteN/A
Don Jose Maria Morelos1815
Don Augustino Iturbide1821
Soldats et officier mexicains.
[Mexican Soldiers and Officer]
1828*
Dn. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, en el año de 1829
[Don Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna in the Year 1829]
1829
In Mexico during the revolution of 18401840
Don Anastasio Bustamente [sic., Bustamante]1841
San Miguel1841
Palm Tree. Organos. Prickley Pear. Maguay.1843*
El bufon sorbiendo Huebos. Mr. Polk (a solas). Este huebo hace teimpo que lo pusiero: esta empollado ... pero ... alla va.1844*
The Anti-Texass legion : protest of some free men, states and presses against the Texass rebellion, against the laws of nature and of nations.1844
The Eagle of Liberty. The Free Eagle of Mexico Grappling the Cold Blooded Viper, Tyranny or Texas.1844
James K. Polk and George M. Dallas, President and Vice-President, of the United StatesMay 29, 1844
John Tyler1845
Defensa Heroica de Puebla. 18451845*
Mexican News1845
Birds-eye view of the camp of the Army of Occupation, commanded by Gen'l Taylor. Near Corpus Christi, Texas, from the North Oct. 18451845
General Arista1845*
Lieutenant U.S. Grant and Lieutenant Alexander Hays in 18451845
Los Angeles1846
Fort Marcy and the Parroquia - Santa Fe1846
Brig. Gen. Kearny1846
Fremont Raising the Flag1846
Don Mariano Arista1846
James K. Polk1846
View in Washington1846
Corpus Christi1846
Point Isabel1846
Interior of Fort Brown. The Graves of Major Brown and Lieut. Stevens at the Foot of the Flag staff.1846
General Arista1846
A Camp Kitchen1846
Camargo, looking North1846
Drilling Raw Recruits1846
View of Matamoros, from Fort Brown1846
Gen. Taylor's Headquarters, Near the City of Matamoros1846
Point Isabel, from Brasos Santiago1846
Fort Brown1846*
The market-place1846
Plaza Mayor, Mexico1846
Antonio Lopez de Santa, President of Mexico1846
W.J. Worth1846
Pedro de Ampudia1846
Monterey1846
James Nox-Polk, Presidente de los Etados Unidos
[James Knox Polk, President of the United States]
1846
General Worth1846
General Ampudia1846
General Taylor1846
Monterey - Capitol of California1846
Sutter's Fort - New Helvetia1846
Ann M. Chase / Mrs. Franklin Chase1846
The Repulsion of the Mexicans, and Bombardment of Metamoras [sic.]; by the U.S. Troops under Major Brown; at 5 a.m. on the 3rd. of May1846
The “Heroine of Fort Brown."1846
Camp Ringgold. Ten. Rg. Cavalry, Near Matamoras.1846
View of the ruins of the old church and fortification at Goliad.1846
Interior View of the church of the Alamo1846
Church Near Monclova1846
Watch Tower Near Monclova1846
View of the North and West sides of the Old Custom House at Monterey, California1846
View of the East side of the Old Custom House at Monterey, where Commodore Sloat's forces landed and took possession, July 7th, 1846.1846
View of the Presidio or Town of Santa Barbara1846
Monterey - Capitol of California1846
Sutter's Fort - New Helvetia1846
Santa Fe1846
Fort Marcy and the Parroquia - Santa Fe1846
Gallant Action of Captain ThorntonApril 25, 1846
Captain ThorntonApril 25, 1846
Gallant action of Captain ThorntonApril 25, 1846
Major Ringgold, Mortally Wounded at the Battle of Palo Alto, May 8th 1846May 8, 1846
Battle of Palo-AltoMay 8, 1846
Plan of the Ruins of the Alamo near San Antonio de Bexar. 1846. Drawn by Edwd. EverettAugust 23, 1846
Mission Concepcion, Near San Antonio de Bexar.August 23, 1846
San Antonio de Bexar. 1846August 23, 1846
Mission of San Jose Near San Antonio de BexarAugust 23, 1846
Ruins of the Church of the Alamo, San Antonio de Bexar.August 23, 1846
Capture of MontereySeptember 19, 1846
Capture of MontereySeptember 19, 1846
Heights of Monterey, from the Saltillo Road Looking Towards the City. (From the West.)September 21, 1846
Storming of Independence Hill at the Battle of MontereySeptember 22, 1846
Monterey from Independence Hill, in the rear of the Bishop's PalaceSeptember 23, 1846
Battle of Monterey. The Americans forcing their way to the Main PlazaSeptember 23, 1846
Valley towards Saltillo, from near the base of "Palace Hill" at MontereySeptember 24, 1846
Monterey, as seen from a House-Top in the Main Plaza, (to the West.) October, 1846September 24, 1846
General Taylor at MontereySeptember 24, 1846
Burying the Dead after the Battle of MontereySeptember 24, 1846*
General Ampudia treating for the capitulation of Monterey, with Gen. Taylor, 24th Sept: 1846September 24, 1846
Quarters of the 1st Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers at San Anjel1847
Landing of the Troops at Vera Cruz1847
General Santa Anna1847
Don Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna1847
James K. Polk carving up a pie of Mexico1847
Plaza and Cathedral in the City of Mexico1847
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna1847
City of Mexico1847
Dn. Luis de la Rosa1847
General Leon1847
Lic. Couto
[Dr. or Honorable (Licensed Graduate) Mr. Couto]
1847
General Valencia1847
Gral. Vasquez
[General Vasquez]
1847
General Scot
[General Scott]
1847
Ayudante General Micheltorena Cuartel-Maestre en la Angostura
[Adjutant General Micheltorena, Garrison Commander in Angostura]
1847
El Escmo Sr. Gral. de Division D. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna: Presidente de la Republica Mexicana.
[His Excellency General Don Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna: President of the Republic of Mexico]
1847
Don Lucas Alaman1847
Don Mariano Paredes1847
A Guerilla Group. Arista, Santa Anna, and Lancer1847
National Bridge. - Puente Nacional, formerly called Puente del Rey1847
El Cno. Lucas Balderas Corl. Del Bn. De Artilleria de Mina
[Col. Lucas Balderas, Colonel of the Batallon de Mina]
1847
Brigadier General James Shields1847
View of San Francisco, formerly Yerba Buena, in 1846-7 Before the Discovery of Gold1847
Rough and Ready As He Is1847
[Mexican Vegetation]1847
Maguey Plant - Rancho - Mexican - Stick-fence1847
City of Tampico from Fort Andonega.1847
Mouth of Panuco River, from Fort Andonega.1847
Battle Ground of Buena Vista - Gen. Wool's Camp Afterwards1847
Ruins of Malibran1847
Vera Cruz, During the Bombardment.1847
Gate of Mercy, at Vera Cruz1847
Puente Nacional from the Bluffs on the East
[National Bridge from the Bluffs on the East]
1847
Battery No. 2, Charged by Second Tennessee Regiment1847
Orizaba, From a Height Above Jalapa1847
Mustang Cavalry1847
Twig of Musquit: Species Found Near Vera Cruz. - Natural Size.1847
The Hills of Cerro Gordo and Telegrafo1847
View of the Main Canal in the Castle of St. Juan De Ulloa.1847
Siege of Puebla, Began Sept. 13th. Ended Oct. 12th. 1847.1847
Battle of Sierra Gordo [!], April 17th & 18th, 1847, between Genl. Scott and Santa Anna: capture of Santa Anna's carriage, cash, papers, dinner & wooden leg1847
Mexican Troops on the March1847
Battle of Mill el Rey. Near the City of Mexico - Sept. 8, 18471847
Chapultapec [sic., Chapultepec]. Sketched from memory.1847*
D--mn a Mule any how.1847
Charge of Captain Reid, at Sacramento1847
The Island of Lobos: Rendezvous of the U.S. Army Under General Scott, Previous to the Attack on Vera Cruz, February 9th, 1847.February 9, 1847
Battle of Buena VistaFebruary 22, 1847
Batalla de Buena Vista. Mexico. Febrero 23, de 1847
[Battle of Buena Vista. Mexico. February 23rd, 1847.]
February 23, 1847
Bombardment of Vera-CruzMarch 24, 1847
Castle de Perote, MexicoMarch 31, 1847*
Battle of Cerro-GordoApril 16, 1847
Battle of Sierra Gordo. April 17th and 18th between Gen. Scott and Santa AnnaApril 17, 1847
Batalla de Contreras. Mexico. Agosto. Dias 19 al 20 de 1847.
[Battle of Contreras. Mexico. August 19 and 20, 1847.]
August 19, 1847
Battle of ChurubuscoAugust 20, 1847
Assault of ContrerasAugust 20, 1847
Churubusco. 1847August 20, 1847
Molino del Rey - Attack upon the Casa MataSeptember 8, 1847
Molino del Rey - Attack upon the MolinoSeptember 8, 1847
Storming of Chapultepec - Quitman's AttackSeptember 13, 1847
Storming of Chapultepec - Pillow's AttackSeptember 13, 1847
Genl. Scott's Entrance into MexicoSeptember 14, 1847
Prise de Mexico par les troupes américaines
[Taking of Mexico City by American Troops]
September 14, 1847
The Death of Capt. Walker, at Huamantla in Mexico.October 8, 1847
The Death of Capt. Walker at Huamantla in MexicoOctober 8, 1847
Collegiate Church of Guadalupe1848
Recuerdo de la Guerra con los Estados Unidos: Trofeos y Monumentos Existentes en Mexico
[Recollection of the War with the United States: Existing Trophies and Monuments in Mexico]
1848
The Chamber of Deputies1853
James Buchanan. Engraved by permission from the original in the possession of J.C. Buttre.1856
Augustin Barrota1860*
Franklin Chase in uniform1860
Major-General Ethan Allen Hitchcock1862*
Mr. Franklin Chase, Consul General to Mexico1864
Palmer and David G. Farragut1864

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