Mexican-American War (Temporal Keyword)

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1991 Roll 5 Slide 21 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (People standing on the escarpment road decline at the end of the north and South San Diego fork roads, view to the east) Second picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 22 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Palmer and Ken B. standing at escarpment decline.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 23 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Meeting with Rancher C. Hudson in the road near Detroit tank.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 24 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Iron wagon hub, Detroit Road RS #1.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 25 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Detroit Tank.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 26 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Detroit Tank) Second picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 27 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Artifacts flagged at the San Diego North Fork paraje site LA 80081. view to the west.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 28 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Artifacts flagged at the San Diego North Fork paraje site LA 80081. view to the west) Second picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 29 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto with San Diego Mt. in the background. View Southwest" (Artifacts flagged at the San Diego North Fork paraje site LA 80081.) Third picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 30 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Artifacts flagged at the San Diego north Fork paraje site LA 80081, San Diego mt. in the background) Fourth picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 31 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Artifacts flagged at the San Diego north Fork paraje site LA 80081, San Diego mt. in the background) Fifth picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 32 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Los Medanos RS #2, view south.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 33 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Los Medanos RS #3, view north, dune swale.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 34 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Los Medanos RS #3.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 35 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

"Ditto" (Los Medanos RS #3) third picture.


1991 Roll 5 Slide 36 (1991)
IMAGE Mike Marshall.

Muleshoe found on RS #3 of the Los Medanos study area


1995 Ceramic Typology Analysis (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text PATRICIA FOURNIER.

Ceramic typological analysis completed by Patricia Fournier on the ceramic collection from Paraje San Diego.


Fort MacArthur, San Pedro, Los Angeles, California 1822-1941: A Public Report (1982)
DOCUMENT Full-Text David Gebhard. Lauren Bricker. David Bricker.

This public report is one segment of a project devoted to an historical study and recording of Fort MacArthur, San Pedro, California. This study has consisted of the nomination of the 500 Varas Square of the Middle Reservation as an Historic District, and of the main Trona Plant to the National Register of Historic Places, Washington, D.C. Another aspect of the study has been to prepare an Historic American Building Survey (H.A.B.S.) report on the nominated sites and buildings; and finally to...


Historic Fort MacArthur Middle Reservation (2019)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Los Angeles Air Force Base.

Guidebook and self-directed walking tour pamphlet on the history of Fort MacArthur Middle Reservation.


Historic Property Eligibility Study at Fort MacArthur and Los Angeles Air Force Base, California (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Vernadero Group Incorporated. Valenzuela Preservation Studio.

The following Historic Property Evaluation Report for Building 228 (LAAFB) and Buildings 27 and 28 (Fort MacArthur) provides a historic overview of the LAAFB and Fort MacArthur, an architectural description of each subject resource, and an assessment of the NRHP eligibility for the three buildings. The three subject resources are recommended Not Eligible for listing on the National Register.


Kearny Campsite Arizona Site Steward File (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Gay M. Kinkade.

This is an Arizona Site Steward file for the Kearny Campsite, comprised of one of Colonel Stephen Watts Kearny's 1846 Mexican-American War campsites, located on Bureau of Land Management land. The site is marked with a monument and plaque. The file consists of a site data form. The earliest dated document is from 1995.


The Swilling Legacy (1978)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Earl Zarbin.

Each year thousands of people come to the Salt River Valley, some to visit and some to live. They see a thriving, growing community. But like many who have spent most, or all, of their lives there, they don't know much about the Valley's origins or how it developed. The men and women who built the Valley were like today's people. They were trying to improve their own condition. In doing that, they contributed to the well-being of one another. Jack Swilling was one of them. Swilling...


A Thunder of Cannon: Archeology of the Mexican-American War Battlefield of Palo Alto (1994)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Charles Haecker. Michael Farmer. Eric A. Ratliff. Norman L. Richard. Alfred T. Richardson. Kevin Young.

Palo Alto battlefield is the site of the first major engagement between the forces of Mexico and United States during the Mexican-American War. The May 8, 1 846 battle was the first between the United States and a foreign power since the War of 1812. ln addition, it was the first major test of graduates of the United States Military Academy against a foreign army. Of all Mexican-American War battlefields on United States soil (Texas, California, and Mexico), Palo Alto is the only one that has...