French Intervention In Mexico
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- “Maximiliano (Charro)” and “Maximiliano muerto”: The
- Apr 21, 2011 French Intervention in Mexico (1862-67). Eleanor Laughlin.
- Conquest Unrequited: French Expeditionary Science in Mexico
- Science in Mexico, 1864–1867. Paul N. Edison.
- NEWS FROM THE GETTY
- Feb 12, 2010 panoramic visions of Mexico—in the context of the Spanish conquest, the 19th- century.
- CWH 54(1).indb
- regard to the French intervention in Mexico remain understudied.
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- GT PELLIZZI and RAY SMITH with Phong Bui
- Smith: That's right, so the contraband that moved along the Rio Grande during the Civil War and the French intervention in Mexico was a huge source of money among all of these different factions.
Suggested Web Resources
- French Intervention in Mexico - Military History Online
- Feb 12, 2005 The French Intervention in Mexico (1862-67) By Timothy Neeno, M.A..
- Battle of Puebla - Cinco de Mayo and the Battle of Puebla
- On May 5, 1862, French and Mexican troops met at the Battle of Puebla.
- Obsidian Mirror-Travels: French Intervention in Mexico (Getty
- Information from an exhibition at the Getty Research Institute exploring representations of Mexican archaeological objects and sites.
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