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Mexico -- History -- European intervention, 1861-1867

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

"Memorandum dei ultimi dieci mesi dell Impero del Messico . . . Febraio 3: 1866"

Identifier: MSS-735-SC
Abstract This is a memoir of the 10 month imprisonment leading to the execution of Maximilian I of Mexico. The original memoir was written in German by Samuel Basch, who served as Maximilian's personal doctor during this time. This volume is an incomplete Italian translation of the original, handwritten by an unknown source.
Dates: 1867

Souvenir of New Mexico Album

Identifier: PAAC-0086
Scope and Contents / Alcance y Contenido As a whole, the album's contents reflect the interests of the Union Army, particularly the California Column, in the southwest in the immediate aftermath of the Civil War. The subjects of the photographs include portraits of Benito Juarez and Mexican government officials during the French Intervention (the Second Franco-Mexican War), exteriors of forts across New Mexico and Texas, outdoor photographs of the Plaza in Santa Fe, portraits of US Army officials including James Henry Carleton,...
Dates: 1866