The War With Mexico, 1846-1848: A Select Bibliography on the Causes, Conduct, and the Political Aspect of the War, Together With a Select List of ... Politics and Government of the Republ
A judicious and comprehensive narration of the relations of the United States with Mexico, commencing with the Florida treaty of 1819 and ending with the peace of 1848. In his political military account, Mr. Rives has kept the slave question in its relation to expansion well in the background: he shows also a full appreciation of the Mexican's point of view. References to a wide range of printed sources and public documents in Eng lish, French and Spanish, and a good index are special features.
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