Currier, Nathaniel, 1813-1888
American lithographer, who headed the company Currier & Ives with James Ives.
Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Colored lithograph of "Battle of Buena Vista, fought Febu 23d 1847. In which America Army under Genl. Taylor were completely victorious. American Army 4,500 men; Mexican Army 20,000 men. Amerian Loss 264 killed, 450 wounded, 26 missing. Mexican Loss estamated in killed & wounded 4,000 men."
Colored lithograph of "Battle of Buena Vista, fought Feby 23rd 1847 in which the American Army under Genl. Taylor were completely victorious. American Army 4,500. American Loss 272 killed, 382 wounded, 6 missing. Mexican Army 20,000. Mexican loss estimated in killed and wounded 2,000 men.”
Colored lithograph of "Battle of Churubusco, near the city of Mexico. Aug 19 & 20th 1847. Genl. Scott with 7,000 American forces totally routed the whole Mexican Army, numbering 32,000 men commanded by Genl. Santa Anna. American loss in killed and wounded about 1,100 men. Mexican loss: killed and wounded 7,000 men !!, ran away Santa Anna and 25,000 Mexicans !!!”
Colored lithograph of "Battle of Monterey, The Americans forcing their way to the main plaza.”