Mexican War

Mexican War: Selected full-text books and articles

Panting for Glory: The Mississippi Rifles in the Mexican War By Richard Bruce Winders Texas A&M University Press, 2016
Essays on the Mexican War By Wayne Cutler Texas A&M University Press, 1986
The Year of Decision, 1846 By Bernard Devoto Little, Brown, and Company, 1943
The American West: The Reader By Walter Nugent; Martin Ridge Indiana University Press, 1999
A Fighter from Way Back: The Mexican War Diary of Lt. Daniel Harvey Hill, 4th Artillery, USA By Daniel Harvey Hill; Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes Jr.; Timothy D. Johnson Kent State University Press, 2002
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The Mormon Battalion: U.S. Army of the West, 1846-1848 By Norma Baldwin Ricketts Utah State University Press, 1996
Caudillos in Spanish America, 1800-1850 By John Lynch Clarendon Press, 1992
Librarian's tip: Includes information on General Santa Anna
The History of Mexico By Burton Kirkwood Greenwood Press, 2000
The Training Ground: Grant, Lee, Sherman, and Davis in the Mexican War, 1846-1848 By Cate, Alan Parameters, Vol. 38, No. 4, Winter 2008
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James Polk's Realpolitik: Was the Mexican War Gratuitous Conquest or Strategic Statesmanship? By Merry, Robert W The American Conservative, Vol. 14, No. 3, May-June 2015
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