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Captain of Volunteers. Alta California: Embracing Notices of the Climate, Soil, and Agricultural Products of Northern Mexico and the Pacific Seaboard: Also, a History of the Military and Naval Operations of the United States Directed Against the Territories of Northern Mexico, in the Year 1846-1847 . . . and the Opinion of the Hon. James Buchanan on the Wilmot Proviso, &c. Philadelphia: H. Packer & Co., 1847. Book Primary 1847 Full Record
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Collins, David R. James Buchanan, 15th President of the United States. Ada, OK: Garrett Educational Corp., 1990. Book Secondary 1990 Full Record
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Rusling, James Fowler. Men and Things I Saw in Civil War Days. New York: The Methodist Book Concern, 1914. Book Primary 1914 Full Record
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Scheips, Paul J. “Buchanan and the Chiriqui Naval Station Sites.” Military Affairs 18 (1954): 64-80. Journal Article Secondary 1954 Full Record