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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Stegmaier, Mark Joseph, 1945-
Texas, New Mexico, and the compromise of 1850.
Kent, Ohio : Kent State University Press, c1996
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark Joseph Stegmaier
|Description:||xii, 434 p. : maps ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The boundary dispute from its origins to the Mexican War --
Santa Fe County, Texas, or New Mexico Territory, U.S.A.? 1846-1850 --
Neighbors, Munroe, and McCall: three men and the fate of New Mexico --
The momentous Thirty-First Congress begins --
New Mexico seeks statehood --
Texas-New Mexico and the Omnibus Bill debate, May 8- July 9, 1850 --
The Fillmore Adminisitration's baptism: Texas-New Mexico destroys the Omnibus --
Carrot and stick: the Pearce bill and executive firmness --
The U.S. military response to the boundary dispute --
Texan rage, Summer 1850 --
The U.S. House and Texas-New Mexico, August- September 1850 --
Completion of victory.
|Responsibility:||Mark J. Stegmaier.|