ARMY OF MANIFEST DESTINY

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Army Of Manifest Destiny

Author : James M. Mccaffrey
ISBN : 9780814796436
Genre : History
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James McCaffrey examines America's first foreign war, the Mexican War, through the day-to-day experiences of the American soldier in battle, in camp, and on the march. With remarkable sympathy, humor, and grace, the author fills in the historical gaps of one war while rising issues now found to be strikingly relevant to this nation's modern military concerns.
Category: History

The Army In Transformation 1790 1860

Author : James M. McCaffrey
ISBN : 0313331723
Genre : History
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Describes daily life for U.S. soldiers in the first half of the nineteenth century, discussing food, medicine, clothing, training, discipline, and campaigning, and briefly describes the battles which took place during this period.
Category: History

Surrounded By Dangers Of All Kinds

Author : Theodore Laidley
ISBN : 1574410342
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Lieutenant Theodore Laidley, whose army career spanned forty years until his retirement as a colonel in 1882, was a young officer during the Mexican War. Like so many of his fellow soldiers he wrote long letters home describing new and unusual sights and events. Laidley landed at Veracruz on the Mexican coast in March 1847, and assisted in the reduction of that important port city. He commanded a field battery at Cerro Gordo as General Winfield Scott began his march into the interior of Mexico. The young lieutenant remained with the garrison at Puebla, where his actions were instrumental in denying that city to Santa Anna in a month-long siege in the fall of 1847. Upon his arrival in Mexico City and the victory there and ensuing treaty negotiations, Laidley explored ancient sites and followed the trails first laid by Cortez. On August 2, 1848, the military occupation of Mexico ended and Laidley, now a Brevet Major, returned to the United States. His letters home to his father in Virginia begin on August 23, 1945 (from Watervliet Arsenal, New York) and end on May 13, 1848 (from Mexico City). They reveal the horrors of the battlefield, his low opinion of volunteer soldiers, the jealousy over promotions within the officer corps, and continued concerns over his own physical and spiritual health.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

So Far From God

Author : John S.D. Eisenhower
ISBN : 9780307827685
Genre : History
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The Mexican-American War of the 1840s, precipitated by border disputes and the U.S. annexation of Texas, ended with the military occupation of Mexico City by General Winfield Scott. In the subsequent treaty, the United States gained territory that would become California, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and parts of Wyoming and Colorado. In this highly readable account, John S. D. Eisenhower provides a comprehensive survey of this frequently overlooked war. NOTE: This edition does not include photographs.
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Agent Of Destiny

Author : John S. D. Eisenhower
ISBN : 0806131284
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The hero of the War of 1812, the conqueror of Mexico City in the Mexican-American War, and Abraham Lincoln’s top soldier during the first six months of the Civil War, General Winfield Scott was a seminal force in the early expansion and consolidation of the American republic. John S. D. Eisenhower explores how Scott, who served under fourteen presidents, played a leading role in the development of the United States Army from a tiny, loosely organized, politics-dominated establishment to a disciplined professional force capable of effective and sustained campaigning.
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Mr Polk S Army

Author : Richard Bruce Winders
ISBN : 1585441627
Genre : History
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A study of the American military experience in the Mexican War. Drawing on diaries, journals and reminiscences, it: presents the daily life of soldiers at war; links the army to the society that produced it; and concludes that American participants in the Mexican War shared a common experience.
Category: History

Manifest Destinies

Author : Steven E. Woodworth
ISBN : 9780307277701
Genre : History
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A chronicle of the 1840s traces the monumental expansion of the American territories against a backdrop of pre-Civil War tensions, citing such contributing factors as the gold rush, the founding of the Church of Latter-Day Saints and William Henry Harrison's first modern populist campaign for president. Reprint.
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Invading Mexico

Author : Joseph Wheelan
ISBN : UOM:39015067691165
Genre : History
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Presents an account of the Mexican War, providing an analysis of its cause, battles, weapons, and outcome.
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Seizing Destiny

Author : Richard Kluger
ISBN : 9780375712982
Genre : History
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Chronicles the growth of America and the dynamic individuals who invoked noble principles to justify an aggressive pursuit of a coast-to-coast domain, examining the roles of Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams, James Polk, and Teddy Roosevelt.
Category: History