Mexican War, 1846-1848
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
This subseries contains documents from Latter-day Saints serving in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. Materials include intervies, histories, papers, photographs, accounts and letters. Dated 1950-2010.
Contains material related to Latter-Day Saints serving in the South-east Asia Theater during World War II. Includes interviews, autobiographies, memoirs, photographs, memoirs, accounts, military records, and other papers. Dates approximately 1941-2008.
Subseries contains interviews of Latter-Day Saint Apostles, scenic footage, and other interviews and footage relating to the Saints at War Project. Dated approximately 2001-2008.
Subseries contains interviews of Latter-Day Saints, some Apostles or Church leaders, relating to their or others' military service. Dated approximately 2001-2009.
Subseries contains video files on VHS relating to the military of Latter-Day Saint servicemen. Dated approximately 1990-2010.
Subseries contains interviews of Latter-Day Saints regarding their military service for the Saints at War Project. Dated 2003-2005.
Handwritten letter dated 26 July 1848 and addressed to Abel Hagerty in Witumpka, Alabama. The item was written in Brazos, Texas. Terrell describes his journey by steamship from New Orleans. Terrell came in an attemp to invest in surplus Mexican War stock, equipment, and supplies, especially horses which their company planed to drive overland to New Orleans after purchasing them from the United States government.