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The Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo

Jesse S. Reeves
The American Historical Review
Vol. 10, No. 2 (Jan., 1905), pp. 309-324
DOI: 10.2307/1834723
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1834723
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This item contains 56 references.

[Footnotes]
  • 2
    William Jay, A Review of the Causes and Consequences of the Mexican War (Boston, 1849).
  • 1
    Abiel Abbot Livermore, The War with Mexico Reviewed (Boston, 1850).
  • 2
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Buchanan to Slidell, September 17, I845
    • Slidell to Buchanan, September 25, 1845.
    • George Ticknor Curtis, Life of James Buchanan, I, 591.
  • 3
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Buchanan to Slidell, November Io, I845
    • H. Ex. Doc. 60, 30 Con- gress, I Session, 770
    • No. 25, p. I
    • S. Ex. Doc. 52, 30 Congress, I Session, 71, with the correspondence concerning the treaty of peace with Mexico.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Parrott to Buchanan, August 26, I845, received September i6, I845.
    • MS., De- partment of State Archives, Despatches, Mexico, vol. 12.
  • 2
    Slidell's first letter from the City of Mexico, dated December 17, I845, was received by Buchanan January 52, 1846.
  • 3
    Buchanan to SlidelI, November Io, 1845, S. Ex. Doc. 52, 30 Congress, I Ses- sion, 71.
  • 4
    Buchanan to Slidell, March I2, I846, MS., Bureau of Indexes and Archives, Department of State, Instructions, Mexico, vol. I6, p. 43.
  • 1
    George Bancroft to Commodore David Conner, May 13, I846, H. Ex. Doc. 25, 30 Congress, i Session, 5.
  • 2
    Buchanan to the Mexican Minister of Foreign Affairs, July 27, 1846, Congressional Globe, 29 Congress, 2 Session, Appendix, 24.
  • 3
    The Mexican Minister of Foreign Affairs to Buchanan, August 31, 1846, ibid.
  • 4
    Buchanan to same, September 26, 1846, ibid.
  • 5
    Buchanan to same, January i8, I847, S. Ex. Doc. I, 30 Congress, I Session, 36.
  • 6
    Monasterio to Buchanan, February 22, 1847, ibid., 37.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Buchanan to Mexican Minister of Foreign Affairs, April 15, 1847, ibid., 38-39.
    • Raphael Semmes, Service Afloat and Ashore, during the Mexican War, 303-306.
  • 2
    Buchanan to Trist, April 15, I847, S. Ex. Doc. 52, 30 Congress, i Session, 8 i.
  • 3
    Scott's Autobiography, II, 576.
  • 4
    Polk's diary, July 15, 1847.
  • 1
    Buchanan's projet, S. Ex. Doc. 52, 30 Congress, i Session, 85-89.
  • 1
    Scott to Trist, May 7, 1847, ibid., 157-159.
  • 2
    Scott to Trist, May 29, 1847, ibid., 172.
  • 3
    Scott to Marcy, June 4, 1847, ibid., 129-131.
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Marcy to Scott, July 12, 1847, ibid., 131
    • Buchanan to Trist, July 13, 1847, ibia., 113.
  • 5
    Polk's diary, June I2, 1847.
  • 1
    Ibid.
  • 2
    Ibid., July 9, 1847.
  • 3
    Trist to Buchanan, June 13, I847, S. Ex. Doc. c2, 30 Congress, I Session, 178-I8I.
  • 4
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Scott to Marcy, July 25, I847: "Since about the 26th ultimo, our intercourse has been frequent and cordial
    • Ibid., 135.
    • Trist to Buchanan, July 23, I847: Scott's "character I now be- lieve that I had entirely misconceived."
    • Ibid., 302.
  • 5
    Ibarra to Trist, June 22, I847.
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Santa Anna to the Mexican Congress, July i6, I847.
    • S. Ex. Doc. 52, 30 Con- gress, I Session, 302-305.
  • 1
    Thornton to Trist, July 29, I847, MS. copy, Bureau of Indexes and Archives, Department of State.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ripley's War with Mexico, II, 148-170
    • Polk's diary, December I8, 1847.
  • 3
    Trist to Buchanan, July 23, I847, MS., Bureau of Indexes and Archives, Department of State.
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ripley's War with Mexico, II, 148-170.
    • Polk's diary, December 28, 1847.
  • 5
    Polk's diary, February i6, 1848
  • 6
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Scott to Marcy, February 6, 1848.
    • H. Ex. Doc. 60, 30 Congress, I Session, 1085.
  • 7
    Polk's diary, February I9, 1848.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Trist to Buchanan, July 23. 1847, P. S., July 25.
    • MS., Bureau of Indexes and Archives, Despatches, Mexico, Vol. 14.
  • 2
    Trist to Buchanan, September 4, I847, MS., Bureau of Indexes and Archives, Department of State.
  • 3
    S. Ex. Doc. 52, 30 Congress, X Session, 339.
  • 4
    The Mexican Commissioners to the Minister of Relations, September 7, 1847, Ibid., 344-346.
  • 1
    Trist to Buchanan, September 27, 1847, ibid., 201.
  • 2
    Polk's diary, October 5, 1847.
  • 1
    Trist to Buchanan, October 31, 1847, S. Ex. Doc. 52, 30 Congress, I Session, 213.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Thornton to Trist, November 22, 1847
    • to Peña y Peña, November 24, 1847, ibid., 231.
  • 3
    Trist to Peña y Peña, November 24, 1847, ibid.
  • 4
    Trist to Buchanan, December 6, 1847, received January 15, 1848, ibid., 231-266
  • 5
    Polk's diary, January I5, 1848.
  • 6
    Scott to Marcy, December 4, 1847, IS. Ex. Doc. 6o, 30 Congress, I Session, 1033-I035.
  • 1
    "The United States and Mexico, 1847-I848 ", by Professor E. G. Bourne, in AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, V, 491-502, April, 1900.
  • 2
    Trist to Buchanan, February 2, I848, S. Ex. Doc. 5 2, 30 Congress, I Session, 102.
  • 1
    Benton's Thirty Years' View, II, 710.
  • 2
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Polk's diary, February 2I, I848.
    • Calhoun wrote to Clemson, March 7, I848: " The greatest danger is, that the [Mexican] Government may not hold together until the treaty is exchanged. Nothing but the countenance of our Government, and the support of capitalists interested in preserving it, can continue it in existence. It is, indeed, but the shadow of a Gov- ernment."
    • Report of American Historical Association, 1899, II, 746.
  • 3
    Polk's diarv, February 28, 1848.
  • 1
    Congressional Globe, 30 Congress, i Session, 1057-I058.
  • 2
    Senate Report 26I, 41 Congress, 2 Session.