"David E. Twiggs - Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia." Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_E._Twiggs (accessed December 1, 2006).
Summary: This is an online encyclopedia website that provides descriptions and accomplishments about General E. Twiggs.
"General William Worth." Son of the South. http://www.sonofthesouth.net/mexican-war/general-william-worth.htm (accessed December 1, 2006).
This is an online encyclopedia website that provides descriptions and accomplishments about General William Worth.
"Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo – Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia." Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Guadalupe_Hidalgo (accessed December 4, 2006).
Summary: This is an online encyclopedia website that provides information about the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, including dates and location of when and where the signing took place, and also the purpose of the treaty. This site has external links to the actual text of the Treaty of Guadalupe.
"The U.S. - Mexican War, 1846-1848." The Descendants of Mexican War Veterans. http://www.dmwv.org/mexwar/mexwar1.htm (accessed 11.3.2006, 2006).
Summary: The pages of this site published by the descendant of Mexican War veterans were a primary source of inforamation on the occurences during the war itself. It put the battles in context, not really giving dates, but giving insight into things like why victory in the Battle at Monterey was more significant and important than many of the other battles whose names appear in timlines and brief overviews.
>"The U.S. - Mexican War: Introduction." The Descendants of Mexican War Veterans. http://www.dmwv.org/mexwar/mexwar1.htm (accessed 11.3.2006, 2006).
>"The U.S.-Mexican War: The Northern Campaign." Descendants of Mexican War Veterans. http://www.dmwv.org/mexwar/history/texmex.htm (accessed 11/15, 2006).
>"The U.S.-Mexican War: Soldiers and Soldados." Descendants of Mexican War Veterans. http://www.dmwv.org/mexwar/history/texmex.htm (accessed 11/15, 2006).
Daniel Villescas. "The Mexican American War." Denver Public Schools. http://www.dpsk12.org/programs/almaproject/pdf/Mex-AmericanWar.pdf (accessed November 27, 2006).
This is a study guide from Denver Public School on most of the battles that took place during the Mexican American War. This study guides provides detailed information about each battles, the results of the battles, and casualty statistics of each battles.
Diana Claitor. "Producers must Tell Mexican War from Two Viewpoints, Far Apart." (Aug 24, 1998), http://www.current.org/hi/hi815m.html (accessed December 2, 2006).
Summary: This website talks about a documentary filmed made on the Mexican American War from a Mexican point of view. It tries to make the film in a non-biased, objective way of introducing the Mexican American War. It should be an excellent source to educate people about the war.
Jesús Velasco-Márquez. "A Mexican Viewpoint on the War with the United States." KERA. http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/prelude/md_a_mexican_viewpoint.htm (accessed December 2, 2006).
Summary: This website provides again a Mexican viewpoint of the Mexican American war. However, the viewpoint is talked about in a more subjective way. The main point was brought up to be that the war should not be called the Mexican war, but the Invasion of U.S to Mexico.
Lee, Roger A. "The History Guy : The U.S - Mexican War (1846-1848)." http://www.historyguy.com/Mexican-American_War.html (accessed 11.3.2006, 1998).
This website provides basic historical background of the Mexican-American War (1946-1948); this website also provides useful insights to the cause of conflict between the two countries, a detailed description of the conflict, and consequences of the conflict. There are also several informative links on this webpage, for example: links about the Treaty of Guadeloupe Hidalgo, decedents of Mexican War veterans and other historical sites of the Mexican-American War.
PBS. "The U.S. - Mexican War." KERA. http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/index_flash.html (accessed 11.3.2006, 2006).
Summary: PBS's multi-faceted website provides a vast amount of prior and post Mexican-American War information. It explains what lead to the war and what the consequences were after the war. It offers view points from both the Mexicans and Americans, thus presenting a more unbiased stand point of the war. Through this site we also accessed a timeline of the war which was helpful for obtaining dates for and putting in order the events of the war that we researched. Further, through this site we accessed biographies of important people we wanted to research.
>PBS. "Biographies: General Antonio Lopez De Santa Anna." KERA. http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/biographies/antonio_lopez_de_santa_anna.html (accessed 12/01, 2006).
>PBS. "Biographies: General Zachary Taylor." KERA. http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/biographies/zachary_taylor.html (accessed 12/01, 2006).
>PBS. "Prelude to the War: Manifest Destiny." KERA. http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/prelude/md_introduction.html (accessed December 2, 2006).
>PBS. "The U.S.-Mexican War: Timeline." KERA. http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/timeline_flash.html (accessed 11/10, 2006).
>PBS. "Antonio Lopez De Santa Anna." The West Film Project. http://www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/people/s_z/santaanna.htm (accessed 12/06, 2006).
The White House. "James K. Polk." U.S. Federal Government. http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/jp11.html (accessed 12/06, 2006).
Summary: We used these sites in our research on Polk and Taylor because we found them to be informative and objective, and assumed them to be trusted sources of information on two important men during this time.
>The White House . "Zachary Taylor." U.S. Federal Government. http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/zt12.html (accessed 12/06, 2006).