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Veterans' and Lineage Society Records
National Association of Veterans of the Mexican War
Veterans of the Mexican War organized the National Association of Veterans of the Mexican War in the 1870s.
Aztec Club of 1847
The Aztec Club of 1847 was organized by officers in Mexico City during the war. The following book provides information on this society.
Breithaupt, Richard Hoag. Aztec Club of 1847 Military Society of the Mexican War: Sesquicentennial History, 1847–1997. Universal City, California: Walika Publishing Company, 1998. (FHL book 973 C4b.) Topics covered include biographies of early club members, a chronological list of officers, prominent early members, a register of members from 1848 to 1998, and officers serving in the Mexican War.
Descendants of Mexican War Veterans
Established in 1989, their web site includes information about the organization, how to find your Mexican War veteran ancestor, history of the war, historic sites, graves registry, and links to other organizations and museums.
- Descendants of Mexican War Veterans
P.O. Box 830402
Richardson, Texas 75081-0482
This society, publishes the following newsletter and journal:
- Butler, Steven R., editor. The American Eagle. Richardson, Texas: Descendants of Mexican War Veterans, 1991–. (FHL book 973 M25ae.)
- Butler, Steven R., editor. Mexican War Journal: A Publication of the Descendants of Mexican War Veterans. Richardson, Texas: Descendants of Mexican War Veterans, 1992–. (FHL book 973 M25mv.)
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