- Detailed narrative account of the Battle of San Pasqual
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- Judge Benjamin Hayes and Chief Panto
- Use of Artillery at the Battle of San Pasqual
- William Tecumseh Sherman & the Battle of San Pasqual
- Ghosts at the Battlefield?
- “Fog” and the Battle of San Pasqual
- Why did Captain Johnston “Charge”?
Also Of Interest …
For information on the Southern Overland Trail Historical Association, which deals with the historical research of the Southern Immigrant Trail (also known as the Gila Trail, Kearny Trail, and Butterfield Stage Trail), contact Stephen Clugston, (909) 787-5395, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The SOTHA organizes and sponsors living history reenactments at Missions San Juan Capistrano and San Luis Rey and other historic sites such as the Yorba-Slaughter Adobe in Chino and focusses usually on the 1830-1852 periods.
Emory’s Notes of a Military Reconnoissance from Fort Levenworth, in Missoury, to San Diego, in California, published 1848. This copy, from the Stanford University Library, was scanned by Google.