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From the Golden Gate to Mexico City:  The U.S. Army Topographical Engineers in the Mexican War, 1846-1848
From the Golden Gate to Mexico City The US Army Topographical Engineers in the Mexican War 1846-1848
Author: Adrain George Traas
Mapping in nineteenth century America had both a civilian and military dimension. The book demonstrates how the engineers performed a valuable combat support mission in America's first foreign war. It describes their contribution to the Fremont and Kearney expeditions to California and their efforts during General Zachary Taylor's advance to B...  more »
ISBN: 15594
Pages: 353
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Publisher: Office of History, Corps of Engineers, and Center for Military History
Book Type: Paperback
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