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Die Schlacht von Buena Vista
[The Battle of Buena Vista]
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Der dritte Monat, Martius
[The Third Month, March, 1848.]
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[Title Page for The Old Rough and Ready Almanac for the year of our lord, 1849]N/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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Capitain Thornton von den Mexicanern angerissen.
[Captain Thornton "snatched" by the Mexicans]
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Arrest of General Valencia.N/A
Gefangennahme von Capitain May's Nachhut.
[Capture of Captain May's Rearguard]
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[Text p. 17 from The Old Rough and Ready Almanac for the year of our lord, 1849]N/A
Major General Zachary TaylorN/A
Death of Henry Clay, Jr. at the Battle of Buena VistaN/A
A Mexican Lepero.N/A
Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848N/A
Der siebente Monat, Julius -- 1848
[The Seventh Month, July 1848]
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Der achte Monat, Augustus -- 1848
[The Eighth Month, August 1848]
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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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Der vierte Monat, Aprilis -- 1848
[The Fourth Month, April 1848]
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The Mexican Flag Cut Down by Col. Seymour, and the Stars and Stripes Planted on the Heights of Chapultepec.N/A
[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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Remarkable Events in the War with Mexico.N/A
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 funfte Monat, May -- 1848
[The Fifth Month, May 1848]
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Der elfte Monat, November--1848
[The Eleventh Month, November 1848]
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[Noteworthy Incidents from the Last War (War of 1812), from Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848]N/A
Der zweite Monat, Februar
[The Second Month, February, 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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Captain Drum's Glorious Re-capture of the Brass Six Pounders.N/A
Tod des Obersten Yell in der Schlacht von Buena Vista
[Death of Colonel Yell in the Battle of Buena Vista]
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Gen. George Cadwalader, in Command, at the Storming of Chapultepec.N/A
[Page with Twelve Signs of the Zodiac, the Four Seasons, Notable Dates, from Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848]N/A
Der neunte Monat, September--1848
[The Ninth Month, September 1848]
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[Moon Phases, Weather Forecasts, and an Article on Zachary Taylor, from Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848]N/A
Der zwolfte Monat, Dezember--1848
[The Twelfth Month, December 1848]
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Der sechste Monat, Junius -- 1848
[The Fifth Month, June 1848]
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The Siege of Puebla.N/A
[Advertisement page for Stationer and Book Dealer Philip Borbek of Philadelphia]N/A
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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Die Schlacht von Buena Vista (text only)
[The Battle of Buena Vista (text only)]
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Der erste Monat, Januar
[The First Month, January]
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American Forces Entering the City of Mexico.N/A
Der zehnte Monat, October-- 1848
[The Tenth Month, October 1848]
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Turner und Fischer's Deutscher Bilder Kalender, 1848N/A
Col. McClellan's Attack on the GuerrillasN/A
Capitain Henrie's waghalsiges und wunderbares Entkommen von den Mexicanern
[Captain Henry's Daring and Miraculous Escape from the Mexicans]
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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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