Letter : St. Louis, to [Benson John Lossing], 1849 May 6.

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Benton, Thomas Hart, 1782-1858. Letter : St. Louis, to [Benson John Lossing], 1849 May 6.

Letter : St. Louis, to [Benson John Lossing], 1849 May 6.

Letter to historian Benson John Lossing outlining James Wiley Magoffin's pivotal diplomatic role in Stephen Watts Kearny's peaceful 1846 occupation of the Department of New Mexico.

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Archuleta, Diego, 1814-1884

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Archuleta was born in Plaza de Los Luceros, Rio Arriba, New Mexico, then a province of New Spain. He was the son of a prominent citizen, Juan Andres Archuleta. His family were wealthy ranchers and, as such, they had the economic means to send him to Durango, Mexico where he received his primary and secondary education. His education was intended to prepare him for the priesthood, toward which he attained the four minor orders, but he decided not to follow that vocation before leaving Durango. ...

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Thomas Hart Benton (1782-1858) was a Missouri Democrat who served as a senator from 1821 to 1851. He opposed both abolitionism and the extension of slavery into new territories, but was a staunch advocate of westward expansion of the United States. He died in 1858. From the guide to the Thomas Hart Benton letter, 1846 May 14, (J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah) Lawyer; Tennessee state senator, 1809-1811; aide-de-camp to Andrew Jackson; colonel of a regiment of ...

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Kearny, Stephen Watts, 1794-1848

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Army officer. From the description of Proclamation of Stephen Watts Kearny, 1846. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79423835 Army officer; Kearny became a Brigadier General in 1846, and was assigned to command the Army of the West in the Mexican War. He led his men to Santa Fe which was entered without opposition and served as military governor of New Mexico for a month until a civil government was organized. From the description of Kearny proclamation, 1846 Aug. 22...

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Magoffin, James Wiley, 1799-1868

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