“The Mormon Battalion, Mexican War Volunteers,” by Michael E. Anderson – MA-0001



This richly illustrated book is useful to “hands on” Mexican-American War reenactors and living historians, those wishing to correctly depict the Mormon Battalion in art, and as an illustrated companion to Mormon Battalion history books. It’s detailed research correctly depicts a Mormon Battalion infantry soldier during the Mexican-American War – the weapons and equipment issued to him by the U.S. Army, what he carried in his knapsack and haversack, his civilian clothing, the rations he was issued, how he loaded and fired a musket, how he made cartridges, and how he started fire with flint and steel. Please allow 2-3 weeks shipping time.