Mexican-American_War: Battle of Cerro Gordo during Mexican-American War; Winfield Scott captures Mexico City

Mexican-American_War: Battle of Cerro Gordo during Mexican-American War; Winfield Scott captures Mexico City

MEXICAN WAR UNIFORMS -1-Capt,1st Line Reg. of Mexico; 2-Capt 4th US Infantry Reg; 3-Private, 4th Light Infantry of Mexico

MEXICAN WAR UNIFORMS -1-Capt,1st Line Reg. of Mexico; 2-Capt 4th US Infantry Reg; 3-Private, 4th Light Infantry of Mexico

Map of the Mexican-American war, 1846-1848. The Mexican American war was a large way of expansion for the westward expansion. -Gabriela

Map of the Mexican-American war, 1846-1848. The Mexican American war was a large way of expansion for the westward expansion. -Gabriela

Heavily armed U.S. volunteer of the Mexican-American War, c. 1846. [1197x1705] - Imgur

Heavily armed U.S. volunteer of the Mexican-American War, c. 1846. [1197x1705]

Heavily armed U.S. volunteer of the Mexican-American War, c. 1846. [1197x1705] - Imgur

(c. 1847) Portrait of Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson during the Mexican-American War believed to be taken in Mexico City

(c. 1847) Portrait of Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson during the Mexican-American War believed to be taken in Mexico City

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended the Mexican-American War. Mexico ceded the Texas-claimed areas as well as a large area of land consisting of all of present-day California, Nevada, and Utah, most of Arizona, and portions of Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming (1848)

The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended the Mexican-American War. Mexico ceded the Texas-claimed areas as well as a large area of land consisting of all of present-day California, Nevada, and Utah, most of Arizona, and portions of Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming (1848)

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MEXICAN WAR UNIFORMS - 1-Private 7th New York Regiment; 2-Texas Ranger; 3-Private, Grenadier Guards of the Supreme Power

MEXICAN WAR UNIFORMS - 1-Private 7th New York Regiment; 2-Texas Ranger; 3-Private, Grenadier Guards of the Supreme Power

The name Doughboy originates from possibly as early as the Mexican-American War of 1846-8, possibly from the dust which caked them men as they marched or possibly a reference to the bread rations given to troops during the war. The nickname was most commonly used during the First World War although it remained in use during the Second World War.

The name Doughboy originates from possibly as early as the Mexican-American War of 1846-8, possibly from the dust which caked them men as they marched or possibly a reference to the bread rations given to troops during the war. The nickname was most commonly used during the First World War although it remained in use during the Second World War.

The Mexican-American war started along the border of the Rio Grande on April 25, 1846, when Mexican cavalry attacked a group of U.S. soldiers. On February 2, 1848, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed after a series of U.S. victories. Mexico lost about 1/3 of its territory which included California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/379134/Mexican-American-War

The Mexican-American war started along the border of the Rio Grande on April 25, 1846, when Mexican cavalry attacked a group of U.S. soldiers. On February 2, 1848, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was signed after a series of U.S. victories. Mexico lost about 1/3 of its territory which included California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/379134/Mexican-American-War

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