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US Mexican War Lists or Sharp Practice

Today our manifest destiny is to look at one of my favourite periods, the US Mexican War of 1846-48.  The appeal of this conflict is a combination of flamboyant uniforms and a real hotch-potch of troop types.  My 15mm armies for the period have been gathering dust for a while, so maybe a trip to Gringo 40’s web site is in order!
Here are the list for the conflict:  US Mexican War

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