Thrilling Stories of Mexican Warfare; Including Intervention and Invasion By the United States; Exciting Narratives of Mexican Conquest, Revolutions, Insurrections and Wars. The Story of a Country Constantly Swept By Marauders, Bandits (continued)
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(1914). Title continued: ".and Political Aspirants. Full account of the demands by the United States that insults to the flag be apologized for and that a stable form of government be established". With Preface, Introduction and Conclusion by Frederick Scott Miller. Illustrated. Photograph affixed to front cover. Slight chipping spine top and bottom. Title page partially split from spine. Two pages of photographs preceding title page. Browned page edges. Tear to bottom page 155-156, text affected but readable. Page 157 side margin partially split. Light scattered foxing. Contents include: Beautiful Mexico -- Description of the Country; The Mexican People; Spain's Deadly Rule; The First Struggle for Freedom; New Forms of Tyranny; Mexico's First War with the United States; Bodies of Seventeen Dead Sailor Boys Arrive in New York; etc. Bookseller Inventory # 4843
Title: Thrilling Stories of Mexican Warfare; ...
Publisher: None, No City
Publication Date: 1914
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
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Barry Cassidy Rare Books
Sacramento, CA, U.S.A.
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