The Second Battle of Mora was a military engagement during the Taos Revolt of the Mexican-American War. Seeking revenge for the death of Capt. Hendley, Waldo, Noyes, Culver and others in the First Battle of Mora, Capt. Morin and his men destroyed the village on February 1, with the insurgents fleeing into the mountains. The dead bodies of the Americans were buried at Las Bagas.

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  • The Second Battle of Mora was a military engagement during the Taos Revolt of the Mexican-American War. Seeking revenge for the death of Capt. Hendley, Waldo, Noyes, Culver and others in the First Battle of Mora, Capt. Morin and his men destroyed the village on February 1, with the insurgents fleeing into the mountains. The dead bodies of the Americans were buried at Las Bagas. (en)
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  • ?
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  • Mexico
  • United States
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  • 1847-02-01 (xsd:date)
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  • United States victory
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  • ~200
  • ~200, plus artillery
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  • several killed, 17 captured
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  • Capt. Morin
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  • The Second Battle of Mora was a military engagement during the Taos Revolt of the Mexican-American War. Seeking revenge for the death of Capt. Hendley, Waldo, Noyes, Culver and others in the First Battle of Mora, Capt. Morin and his men destroyed the village on February 1, with the insurgents fleeing into the mountains. The dead bodies of the Americans were buried at Las Bagas. (en)
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  • Second Battle of Mora (en)
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  • Second Battle of Mora (en)
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