American warfare 1690-1815 in popular culture, art, in miniature and in wargames, through Living History and in movies.
iirc it was General Gonzalez who led this campaign and he wrote a book about it called "I Alone". Its an excellent book and full of great first hand accounts. The Spanish use of irregulars and militia troops was highly enlightened compared to the British Command. The battle of Pensacola is a very exciting battle as well.
Thanks to the reenactors and collectors of toys soldiers, every day people are closer to the history of their own country, cultural, military, and economic role of Spain was around what we know as the Americas included in the training the United States as a country, fundamental.There are numerous publications some can be found:I hope you are interest : http://libreriaalmena.com/WebRoot/Store8/Shops/f2c787be-7ad4-49ec-9af0-263ed2e4f807/53C5/59B7/343A/8F3F/E6C1/0A48/3521/37D1/pensacola_ml.jpg