1 edition of A brief sketch of the life of Santa-Anna ... found in the catalog.
Prospectus of a book entitled Twelve years and a half in Mexico: p. References: Howes, U.S.IANA, no. p. 531.Microfilm. New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1975. 1 reel ; 35 mm. (Western Americana ; Reel 431, no. 4352)
|Statement||Printed by Chambers & Knapp|
|Publishers||Printed by Chambers & Knapp|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|2||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 431, no. 4352.|
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Santa Anna lost his left leg when he put himself at the forefront of battle to defend Mexico against French intervention. Joe and Alice Skinner, local business owners in Quakertown. Lucas had been right about what lay under the salt dome near Beaumont. As the missions continued to fade into decline, individual ranchers became prominent due to generous land grants received from the Spanish Crown. After overwhelming the defenders of the Alamo, a former mission in San Antonio, his army was routed at the Battle of San Jacinto in April, 1836.
From the pueblos of New Mexico, a few priests began to venture into West Texas. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. Oil springs and tar pits were known to the Texas Indians.
"" Rose Alice Palmer, Class 44-6 from WASP: In their Own Words by Nancy Parrish As more women entered flight training, it became clear that the facilities at the Houston Municipal Airport were no longer adequate. In 1832, Santa Anna seized the customs revenues from Veracruz and declared himself in rebellion against Bustamante. With shouts of "Remember the Alamo!
While Santa Anna was captive in Texas,U. Since trade with Louisiana was hugely profitable, however, illicit trade continued. They ultimately chose the village of Waterloo and changed the name to Austin to honor the legacy of Stephen F. Each man was assigned a draft number that was entered into a lottery. After an inconclusive action Santa Anna withdrew to the south three quarters of a mile. Courtesy Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma Library Legendary Apache Chief Victorio crossed back into Texas after successful raids in New Mexico.
Green never forgave Houston for the failure of the Texas Railroad, Navigation and Banking Company. No problems were expected, but officials at Gonzales refused to surrender the weapon. " So wrote Stephen F. Before adjourning, the convention chose leaders of an interim government to operate until regular elections could be held. Their numbers soon approached two hundred. Boston and New York were ravaged seven times each.
This experiment in pest control had no impact on the sand fleas, but probably cost Lee most of his friends.
Churches like this one gave African Americans a place to worship, learn, and socialize away from the violence and discrimination they faced in the Jim Crow South.
At the beginning of February 1836, Texan military forces amounted to nearly one hundred men stationed at the Alamo, slightly over four hundred men under the command of Fannin at Goliad and about 60 troops at San Patricio.
Not a few outrageous stories circulated about "Davy's" frontier adventures.
Picketing the 1955 State Fair, the NAACP Youth Council spearheaded a movement to end discrimination at the fair so that any person of any race could participate on any day.
Tornel and Santa Anna: The Writer and the Caudillo, Mexico, 1795—1853 2000• His mother's friendly relationship with the intendant governor of Veracruz secured Santa Anna's military appointment although he was underage.