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Sketch of the passage of the Rio San Gabriel, Upper California, by the Americans: discomfiting the opposing Mex. forces, Jan. 8th, 1847.

Description: Map shows position of Mexican and American troops before the battle and outlines campsites after the battle. Includes a short reach of the Rio San Gabriel and topography of the battle area. Relief shown by hachures. Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1847
Creator: Emory, William H. (William Hemsley), 1811-1887
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

"The Vedette" January 1, 1892

Description: January 1, 1892 issue of the Vedette, a monthly journal, "Especially devoted to the Dissemination and preservation of Historical Incidents of the Mexican War of 1846- '48, and Current Items of interest to the Surviving Soldiers and Sailors of that period. It is the duly authorized Organ of the National Association, and Circulates in Every State and Territory of the Union."
Date: January 1, 1892
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Distances & number of men.

Description: Sketch of military posts along the California coast between Sacramento and La Paz with inset detailing distances between each post and number of men at each one
Date: June 19, 1847
Creator: California. Adjutant's Office.
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Partner: Star of the Republic Museum

[Oath of Service in the Western Frontier of Texas for Elijah Collar]

Description: Oath of service in the Western frontier of Texas for Elijah Collar in the fall of 1842 under General Wall. The oath was taken by James J. Allphin and tracked where Private Collar went in the Western frontier. It stated that he served in R. Williams's company as a private. On the bottom, a notary public, James S. Fai[rl]y, certified the oath and added his seal to the paper.
Date: July 5, 1854
Creator: Madison County (Tex.)
Partner: Austin College

[Oath of Service in the Western Frontier of Texas]

Description: Oath of military service in the Western Frontier of Texas during an invasion by Mexico. The oath was made by H. M. Watkins and B. N. Robinson and certified that Private [Juno] D. Banton[deco], deceased, served under General Vasquez. John Davidson, the county clerk, served as a witness to the oath and added his seal of office to the paper.
Date: June 20, 1854
Creator: Walker County (Tex.)
Partner: Austin College