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xii, 325 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
In 1846-7, an army of 800 US volunteers marched 3500 miles through Indian territory to Mexico where they defeated the Mexican army and helped the US win its first foreign war. This work provides an account of the march and a portrait of its leader, Colonel Alexander Doniphan, and his troops.
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