The Intermountain History Group is an informal focus
of linguistic and geographical energies, headquartered very roughly
in the region "west of Pecos." It is preparing a series of web sites
devoted to an interactive, non-nationalistic feeling for what conflict
has been like in the parts of America north of the Isthmus of Panama.
So far, there have been three sites:
Civil Wars in North America: Stories of Linkage
The U.S.-Mexican War and the Peoples of the Year 2000
(with its Spanish version: La Guerra México-EU y los pueblos del año 2000 )
CW-1: The First Civil War, 1830-1842
PG-30: La Primera Guerra, 1830-1844.
This last, the Spanish version of CW-1, is under preparation, late 2001. It will deal both with topics that are controversial among historians, and with disputes that continue in the struggles of our own time. Tentative pages will be posted as ready, and comment is seriously invited.
The texts and original graphics on these sites are copyright to the group, with all rights reserved. While they may be used and cited freely, they should not be quoted at undue length, or copied. Permissions have been obtained to reproduce graphics that are the property of others, but the Group does not have the authority to pass that permission on to third parties.
Comments are welcome, to Daniel H. Calhoun,
-- or to email@example.com
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