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Or, Journal of a private, in the Tennessee regiment of cavalry, in the campaign, in Mexico, 1846-7: comprising four general subjects: I.A soldier's life in camp: amusements: duties: hardships: II. A description of Texas and Mexico, as seen on the march: III. Manners: customs: religious ceremonies of the Mexicans: IV. The operations of all the twelve months volunteers: including a complete history of the war with Mexico: embellished with correct engravings, from drawings by the author

By George C. Furber

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Printed document with illustrations and 1 map, 640 pp

Topics: Tennessee cavalry.--1st regt., 1846-1847, Mexican War, 1846-1848, Mexico--Description and travel, Mexican War, 1846-1848--Personal narratives, War, Development, Inter-American relations, Indigenity, Technology, Slavery, Gender, Nationalism, Conquest
Publisher: Rice University
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:scholarship.rice.edu:1911/27093
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