U.S.-Mexican War 1846-1848 /

In 1845, President John Tyler signed a Congressional resolution to annex Texas, and by 1846, 4,000 troops were on the Rio Grande. Shortly thereafter, President James Polk proposed that Mexico sell its northern half to the U.S. Hostilities commenced and the U.S. crossed the border to occupy Matamoras...

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Other Authors: Martin, Ginny, (Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Film editor)
Tranchin, Rob,
(Producer, Screenwriter)

Moore, Allen, 1952-
(Cinematographer)

Bryant, John,
(Composer)

Hames, Frank,
(Composer)

Stone, George,
(Researcher)

Boardman, Andrea,
(Producer)

DuBose, Bruce,
(Narrator)

Ackerman, William.

Amado, Al.

Bailey, G. W.

Begley, Ed, Jr.

Braugher, Andre.

Cabrero, Stephen.

Cardona, Cora.

Carpenter, Brian.

Cobb, Cameron.

Corbin, Barry.

Dano, Richard.

De Young, Cliff.

Duvall, Shelley, 1949-

Quezada Escandon, Edward.

Escandon, Fernando.

Flores, Cecilia.

Forrest, Frederic.

Ivey, Judith, 1951-

Kodaseet, Gary.

Knight, William.

Leahy, Joseph.

Lord, Rosemary.

Martin, James.

Montalbán, Ricardo.

Morales, Esai.

Morales, Miguel.

Moreno, René.

Olague, Ruben.

Parker, F. William.

Ramirez, Anthony.

Schwartz, Jeremy.

Stoltz, Eric.

Trujillo, Rubén.

Valdez, Luis.

Ward, Jim, 1959-

Yoakam, Dwight.
Description of Work:Television programs
Format: Movie DVD
Language:English
Spanish
Published:[Arlington, VA] : PBS Home Video, [2006]
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Location: DVDs & Videos (Buswell Lower Level)

Call Number: DVD E404 .U55843 2006
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