Between the time of the Spanish Empire and the end of the Mexican War, what we consider the Old West was the Mexican Southwest (1811-1847). Here you can find sites for reenactors of Mexican California, the Texan War for Independence, and the Mexican War. Bienvienidos!
A page of quite a few photos of the 2001 San Pasqual Battle Reenactment. Part of a larger site snapshots taken by a Mike Pique.
Presidio La Bahia's Living History Program was developed to provide the public with an accurate reenactment of the massacre of Colonel Fannin and his men. The reenactors wear the uniforms and clothing of the time period, 1836. This site has photographs from the last three years of the event.
These couple of pages contain pictures mostly Mexican troops with artillery. This is part of the larger, framed THS site, which has references, links and articles, mostly on the Filibustero (gringo) side.
This is a discussion listserv, with historians, reenactors and illustrators as members. There are also pictures and articles to download, as well as an event calendar.
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