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The March to Monterrey: The Diary of Lieutenant Rankin Dilworth, U.S. Army : A Narrative of Troop Movements and Observations on Daily Life With General Zachary Taylor's Army (SOUTHWESTERN STUDIES) e-book

Author:

Lawrence R. Clayton,Joseph E. Chance,Rankin Dilworth

Language:

English

Category:

History

Subcategory:

Military

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1421 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Texas Western Pr; 1st edition (May 1, 1996)

Pages:

119

ISBN:

0874041988

The March to Monterrey: The Diary of Lieutenant Rankin Dilworth, U.S. Army : A Narrative of Troop Movements and Observations on Daily Life With General Zachary Taylor's Army (SOUTHWESTERN STUDIES) e-book

by Lawrence R. Clayton,Joseph E. Chance,Rankin Dilworth


Lawrence R. Clayton, Joseph E. Chance, ed. Dilworth joined General Taylor's army at Matamoros and soon found himself taking part in the long, hot trek overland to Monterrey

Lawrence R. Chance, eds. The March to Monterrey: The Diary of L. Dilworth was mortally wounded on September 21 when his regiment made a diversionary attack on the fortresses scattered along the eastern side of the city. He died six days later at the age of twenty-four. His transit to the war zone was typical of the soldiers deploying from various regions of the United States. Dilworth joined General Taylor's army at Matamoros and soon found himself taking part in the long, hot trek overland to Monterrey. Along the way he inserted remarks about the terrain, trees and plants, and the houses and inhabitants of the regions traversed.

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The March to Monterrey:The Diary of Lieutenant Rankin Dilworth, . Army A Narrative of Troop Movements and Observations on Daily Life with General Zachary Taylor's Army During the invasion of Mexico, from April 28, 1846 to September 19, 1846. This diary documents the sights and sounds of the beginning of the Mexican War, as observed by young Rankin Dilworth, an officer recently graduated from the United States Military Academy. Dilworth's first entry of April 28, 1846, is from the garrison at Jefferson Barracks; his last entry of September 19, 1846, is from Monterrey, Mexico.

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As a member of Zachary Taylor's Army, Dilworth led his company of the 1st Infantry in an attack on the fortresses scattered along the eastern side of the city

As a member of Zachary Taylor's Army, Dilworth led his company of the 1st Infantry in an attack on the fortresses scattered along the eastern side of the city. Dilworth documented his transit down the Mississippi River to New Orleans, his travel by Gulf steamer to Brazos Santiago, and the long, hot trek overland to Monterrey. In the attack of September 23, 1846, on the eastern side of Monterrey, Dilworth was mortally wounded by a cannonball, but lingered on in agony just long enough to learn the American forces had captured Monterrey. He died on September 27, 1846.

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This diary documents the sights and sounds of the beginning of the Mexican War, as observed by young Rankin Dilworth, an officer recently graduated from the United States Military Academy. Dilworth's first entry of April 28, 1846, is from the garrison at Jefferson Barracks; his last entry of September 19, 1846, is from Monterrey, Mexico. As a member of Zachary Taylor's Army, Dilworth led his company of the 1st Infantry in an attack on the fortresses scattered along the eastern side of the city. Dilworth documented his transit down the Mississippi River to New Orleans, his travel by Gulf steamer to Brazos Santiago, and the long, hot trek overland to Monterrey. In the attack of September 23, 1846, on the eastern side of Monterrey, Dilworth was mortally wounded by a cannonball, but lingered on in agony just long enough to learn the American forces had captured Monterrey. He died on September 27, 1846.The diary contains his observations of the Mexican cities of Matamoros, Reynosa, Camargo, and Cerralvo, and how they appeared in 1846.

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