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Havana. Vera Cruz.

Plano del puerto y ciudad de Vera Cruz en la costa occidental del Reyno de Nueva España, situada en la lattd. N. de 19⁰13ʹ y en 278⁰40ʹ de longd. del mro. de Tenerife /

Tanner's route from Vera Cruz to Mexico and thener [sic] to Tampico.

Costa de Vera Cruz /

Siege of Vera Cruz : by the U.S. troops under Major General Scott, in March 1847, from surveys made by Major Turnbull, Captains Hughes, McClellan, & Johnston, Lieutenants Derby & Hardcastle, Topl. Engineers

Bulletin. By Telegraph from Richmond to "Union." Washington. 18th from Vera Cruz. Scott still at Puebla. Battle between Pierce and Mexicans at National Bridge -- 1,400 Mexicans, 2,500 Americans -- Mexicans defeated. Two commissioners appointed t

Bulletin. By Telegraph from Richmond to "Union," Washington. 18th from Vera Cruz. Important from interior -- arrival of an express from Puebla. General Scott at that place. Appointment of commissioners to treat for peace with Trist, to meet 8 mi

Bulletin by telegraph to "Union," Washington To the editor of the Union: New Orleans, Sept. 26, 1847. Sir: The J. L. Day arrived here last evening from Vera Cruz. The news by her is important. The details are meagre, and something uncertain. The

Col. Harney at the Dragoon fight at Medelin, near Vera Cruz: March 25th 1847

Mexicans evacuating Vera Cruz: and surrendering their arms to the U.S. Army, under Genl. Scott

[Map showing coast of Mexico from Vera Cruz to Chuxula] /

U.S. Reports: United States v. Guillem, 52 U.S. (11 How.) 47 (1851)

Battle between the Mexicans and the allied invaders, at the National Bridge, near Vera Cruz [Mostly French, with a few Spanish and British]

The City and port of Vera Cruz, Mexico

Pain's great war spectacle, Mexican War, Siege of Vera Cruz

Gathering dead -- Vera Cruz

Vera Cruz, Mexico

Vera Cruz, Mexico

Vera Cruz, Mexico

Vera Cruz, Mexico

Vera Cruz, Mexico

Vera Cruz, Mexico

Vera Cruz, Mexico

Vera Cruz -- Naval Academy bombarded by CHESTER and PRAIRIE

WYOMING escorting MONTANA with Vera Cruz dead

Vera Cruz turned over to Army by Navy

Victorious Bombardment of Vera Cruz by the united forces of the Army and Navy of the U.S., March 24th and 25th, 1847

Sailors on Water Front, Vera Cruz

Victorious Bombardment of Vera Cruz by the united forces of the Army and Navy of the U.S., March 24th and 25th, 1847

Refugees at Vera Cruz going to Galveston

Harbor of Vera Cruz

Raising U.S. Flag, Vera Cruz

Funeral of Vera Cruz dead

Vera Cruz dead on MONTANA

U.S. Naval occupation of Vera Cruz, Mexico: Armed U.S. sailors resting outside Le Ballon hotel

Vera Cruz -- house of sick woman guarded by our sailors

WYOMING escorting MONTANA with Vera Cruz dead

Vera Cruz -- Lt. Com. A.B. Keating & surgeon Higgins of MICHIGAN

Capt. Niblack & staff, Vera Cruz

Vera Cruz dead -- scene in Battery Park

[U.S. Naval occupation of Vera Cruz, Mexico: Searching Mexican for weapons at Vera Cruz]

Burial of Vera Cruz dead -- scene at City Hall, Mitchel speaking

Funeral of Vera Cruz dead, 51114

Funeral of Vera Cruz dead passing City Hall, New York

Vera Cruz dead on MONTANA

Funeral of Vera Cruz dead, 5/11/14

Vera Cruz dead, putting casket on caisson

U.S. Navy in action at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914: 20 dead Mexicans laid out by railroad tracks

Funeral of Vera Cruz dead

[U.S. Naval occupation of Vera Cruz, Mexico: Tower at Vera Cruz damaged by shells from U.S.S. CHESTER - Mexican War]

Vera Cruz -- Decampo Monument

U.S. troops enter Vera Cruz

U.S. Navy in action at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914: riflemen behind sandbag barricade at railroad yard

[Naval academy damaged by shells from "U.S.S. Chester" in Vera Cruz, during Mexican War]

U.S. Navy in action at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914: riflemen & field gun guarding government building

Vera Cruz -- Front door of Naval Academy bombarded by "CHESTER" & "PRAIRIE"

Vera Cruz turned over to Army by Navy

Funeral - Vera Cruz dead -- N.Y

[U.S. Naval occupation of Vera Cruz, Mexico: Jackies entering barracks at Vera Cruz - Mexican War]

Vera Cruz -- church bombarded by "Chester"

Refugees at Vera Cruz going to Galveston

Dead of FLORIDA's landing party, Vera Cruz

ARMY, U.S. ARMY PACK TRAIN NEAR VERA CRUZ

Funeral cortege of Vera Cruz dead passing over Manhattan Bridge

U.S. Marines fighting in Vera Cruz (?) Mexico: Rifleman in prone firing position on street corner

U.S. Navy in action at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914: riflemen and machinegunners guarding street

U.S. sailors entering Post Office, Vera Cruz

U.S. sailors entering Post Office, Vera Cruz

Coffin of Vera Cruz dead at Battery, 5/11/14

Vera Cruz -- Refugees taken to "Mexico"

MONTANA with dead from Vera Cruz arriving N.Y., 5/10/14

U.S. Navy in action at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914: rifleman walking behind 4 Mexicans carrying wounded man on stretcher

Funeral - Vera Cruz dead -- N.Y.

Vera Cruz dead, putting casket on caisson

... Vera Cruz

U.S. Naval occupation of Vera Cruz, Mexico: Dead Mexican in doorway

MONTANA with dead from Vera Cruz arriving N.Y., 51014

U.S. Navy in action at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914: 17 flag-draped coffins on deck of USS MONTANA

U.S. Naval occupation of Vera Cruz, Mexico: Blue Jackets firing at snipers

U.S. Navy in action at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914: rifle and field gun practice on USS MICHIGAN

U.S. Navy in action at Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1914: machinegun squad guarding custom house

Funeral - Vera Cruz dead -- N.Y.

Funeral, Vera Cruz dead, Battery Park

Vera Cruz dead on MONTANA

U.S. Marines fighting in Vera Cruz (?) Mexico: Signal men with telephone wagon setting up their apparatus on street

Gathering dead -- Vera Cruz

Bread Line -- Vera Cruz

Vera Cruz -- victims' funeral, Brooklyn -- 1914

Vera Cruz -- U.S. Sailors Patrol

Federal troops convoying rebels to "San Juan Del Ulua", Vera Cruz

Capitulation of Vera Cruz: The Mexican soldiers marching out, and surrendering their arms to Genl. Scott. March 29, 1847

Fall of Vera Cruz and castle

Siege of Vera Cruz, March 25th

Capitulation of Vera Cruz. The Mexican soldiers marching out and surrendering their arms to Genl Scott March 29th 1847

Fall of Vera Cruz and castle

Fall of Vera Cruz and castle

Fall of Vera Cruz and castle

Fall of Vera Cruz and castle

Fall of Vera Cruz and castle

Fall of Vera Cruz and castle