Dueling Eagles: Reinterpreting the U.S.-Mexican War, 1846-1848

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Richard V. Francaviglia, Douglas W. Richmond
Texas Christian University Press, 2000 - History - 191 pages
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Essays by prominent U.S. & Mexican scholars examine lesser-known aspects of the conflict. Authors look at the roles of "manifest destiny," war correspondents, foreign relations between the United States & Britain & conflicting views-Mexican versus American-of the origins of the war.

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Contents

The Geographic and Cartographic Legacy of
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But What Will England Say?Great Britain the United
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Causes of the War with the United States
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Copyright

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Richard V. Francaviglia is a professor of history and director of the Center for Southwestern Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington. He previously coedited Lights, Camera, History: Portraying the Past in Film.

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