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After the Alamo -- San Jacinto. From the Notes of Doctor Nicholas Decomps Labadie. After the Alamo -- San Jacinto. From the Notes of Doctor Nicholas Decomps Labadie. This dramatic book, taken directly from the notes of Dr. Nicholas Descomps Labadie, Army surgeon and dedicated adoptive son of Texas, is a unique first-hand account of the. The book begins after the Texan revolution had already begun. Texans are in control of San Antonio de Bexar and are over confident Santa Anna will be unable to move against them for some time. The near-run-thing of the Alamo is recounted, as is the monstrous tragedy of the massacre at Goliad/5(17). The book follows General Sam Houston as he takes command of the Texas Volunteers to lead them to victory six weeks after the fall of the Alamo at San Jacinto, the town since known as the birthplace of Texas liberty/5(23). The book follows General Sam Houston as he takes command of the Texas Volunteers to lead them to victory six weeks after the fall of the Alamo at San Jacinto, the town since known as the birthplace of Texas : Taylor Trade Publishing.
After San Jacinto. Cover: After San Jacinto. Share this book. Texas: History. After San Jacinto The Texas-Mexican Frontier, By Joseph Milton Nance An account of Texas-Mexican relations after the Texas revolution. January This is a print . Even if the result was a defeat, it went down in history as an example of bravery and valor for the texans like no other, as the myriads of books, songs and movies have registered along the decades.. Now, chronologically, it can be understood that San Jacinto was the revenge months later for The Alamo, and it paved the way to the texan annexation and to a series of victories against the. Get this from a library! A Mexican sergeant's recollections of the Alamo & San Jacinto. [Francisco Becerra; John Salmon Ford; Dan Kilgore] -- Much of what is known about the deaths of Jim Bowie and William Barrett Travis comes from this Mexican eyewitness. Becerra's discussion of Davy Crockett's surrender and death is in line with other. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Labadie, Nicholas Decomps, After the Alamo--San Jacinto. New York, Vantage Press [©] (OCoLC)
In his latest book, Sam Houston & the Alamo Avengers, Fox & Friends Host Brian Kilmeade, brings us the story of a tiny army of underdog Texians, as they were , at San Jacinto. Houston's. AFTER SAN JACINTO The Texas-Mexican Frontier JOSEPH MILTON NANCE The Battle of San Jacinto Houston’s army marched to an area near present day Houston, called Lynch’s Ferry on Ap This area was along Buffalo Bayou, a scenic location populated by thick oak tree groves separated by marshes and streams. Battle of San Jacinto, (Ap ), defeat of a Mexican army of about 1,–1, men under Antonio López de Santa Anna by about men (mostly recent American arrivals in Texas) led by Gen. Sam Houston. Fought along the San Jacinto River, near the site of what was to be the city of Houston, the battle ensured the success of American.