3 edition of battle of San Jacinto and the San Jacinto campaign found in the catalog.
battle of San Jacinto and the San Jacinto campaign
Louis Wiltz Kemp
in [Houston, Tex
Written in English
|Statement||by L.W. Kemp and Ed Kilman.|
|Contributions||Kilman, Edward W., b. 1896.|
|LC Classifications||F390 .K26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. incl. front.,|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||47024709|
Your Battle of San Jacinto E-Book below: Enjoying this book? Consider getting our EXCLUSIVE INSIDER ACCESS! Every member receives: Access to our unique Resource Center, packed with information on the collection, special featured videos, E-Books . Get this from a library! Eighteen minutes: the battle of San Jacinto and the Texas independence campaign. [Stephen L Moore] -- Draws from the writings of more than Texan and Mexican soldiers to describe the Battle of San Jacinto, which established Texas as an independent nation.
This book is separated into three basic sections starting with an autobiographical sketch about Alfonso Steele, the last survivor of the Battle of San Jacinto. Next, an article by the editor of The Mexia Daily News that gives an overview of Steele's children and grandchildren. Finally, the report from General Houston includes "documents of Major General Sam Houston, Commander-in-Chief of the. Which of the following events immediately followed the Battle of San Jacinto? B. Santa Anna signed a treaty with Texas. How did the concept of Manifest Destiny create the .
Brooke Stoddard. One of the most decisive battles in American history is also one little discussed, the Ap Battle of San Jacinto. Vastly overshadowed in legend by the previous February-March siege of the Alamo, San Jacinto ultimately wrenched Texas from Mexico and laid it up for the burgeoning United States. Today, San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site and Monument preserves the site of this important battle and commemorates the Texans’ victory over Mexico, as well as the battle’s lasting effect on the history of the United States. San Jacinto Battlefield is a National Historic Landmark.
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A painstaking and precise account of the San Jacinto campaign.A definitive work on the Texas campaign following the Alamo and is not a Texas hero-worshipping or Texas-bashing book.
It is a detailed work of history and, like all history, it is neither black nor book collection of the Texas Revolution should be considered complete without this book/5(34). A painstaking and precise account of the San Jacinto campaign. A definitive work on the Texas campaign following the Alamo and Goliad.
This is not a Texas hero-worshipping or Texas-bashing book. It is a detailed work of history and, like all history, it is neither black nor : Taylor Trade Publishing.
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.4/5.
Title: The Battle of San Jacinto and the San Jacinto Campaign Author: Edward Wolf Kilman Louis Wiltz Kemp Release Date: September 4, [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK THE BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO *** Produced by Stephen Hutcheson and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at The battle of San Jacinto and the San Jacinto campaign, by L.W.
About this Book. Kemp, Louis Wiltz, View full catalog record. Rights. Public Domain, Google-digitized. The Battle of San Jacinto is exactly about that, in 49 pages. The book gives just enough information about the events leading up to this battle to understand what was going on, and then delves into the battle itself.
The description of the minute battle was /5(3). The Battle of San Jacinto and the San Jacinto Campaign Language: English: LoC Class: F United States local history: Mississippi River and Valley. Middle West: Subject: Texas -- History -- Revolution, Subject: San Jacinto, Battle of, Tex., Category: Text: EBook-No.
Release Date: Sep 4, Copyright Status: Public domain in the USA. Downloads. Sam Houston Dixon and Louis Wiltz Kemp, The Heroes of San Jacinto (Houston: Anson Jones, ). Stephen L. Moore, Eighteen Minutes: The Battle of San Jacinto and the Texas Independence Campaign (Dallas: Republic of Texas Press, ).
Eighteen Minutes: The Battle of San Jacinto and the Texas Independence Campaign Lone Star travel guide: Author: Stephen L. Moore: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Republic of Texas Press, BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO AND SAN JACINTO CAMPAIGN, BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO AND SAN JACINTO CAMPAIGN, By Ed Kilman *Excellent Condition*.
A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. Seller Rating: % positive. Eighteen Minutes: The Battle of San Jacinto and the Texas Independence Campaign by Stephen L.
Moore Overview - It was the decisive eighteen-minute Battle of San Jacinto where the famous words "Remember the Alamo " were first shouted. Buy Eighteen Minutes: The Battle of San Jacinto and the Texas Independence Campaign by Moore, Stephen L. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low Reviews: San Jacinto Campaign. The route and campsites from Gonzales to San Jacinto. General Sam Houston arrived at Gonzales in the afternoon on Ma to take command of the Texas Army. After learning from Mrs. Dickinson that the Alamo had fallen, the Army, and all the civilians of the area began what has been dubbed "The Runaway Scrape.".
Kemp authored or co-authored a number of books dealing with early Texas history, including The Heroes of San Jacinto, Texas Musketeers, The Battle of San Jacinto and the San Jacinto Campaign and The Signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence.
He modestly described himself as “a retired asphalt salesman who makes a hobby out of history.”. Late in January,a slender thirty-eight-page pamphlet purportedly written by a “Farmer in the Army” appeared on the scene in the early days of the Texas Republic.
xix, pages: 23 cm Draws from the writings of more than Texan and Mexican soldiers to describe the Battle of San Jacinto, which established Texas as an independent nation Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Kate Broocks Bates Award nominee, It was the decisive eighteen-minute Battle of San Jacinto where the famous words "Remember the Alamo!" were first shouted.
In Eighteen Minutes, Stephen L. Moore describes the momentous battle that established the independent Lone Star Republic. Told largely through the eyes of the participants, the recollections included here are words from over Texan and Mexican soldiers.
Buy Eighteen Minutes: The Battle of San Jacinto and the Texas Independence Campaign by Stephen L Moore, MD online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions. For more information on the Battle of San Jacinto, and events in Texas history leading up to the battle, check out the following titles.
They are available in many public, college, and university libraries, and some of them are currently in print and may be easily purchased. A mural depicting the morning prior to the epic battle of San Jacinto was unveiled May 28 on a local petrochemical company's storage tank as part of Harris County's Project Stars program.
A book about the Battle of San Jacinto; from the title page: "A concise treatment of the causes which brought about the battle, the results which flowed from it, and the character and qualities of the man who composed the Texas Army.".
This book is an exhaustive account of the battle of San Jacinto. It has the most detailed information I have seen on the men who served with Sam Houston at this battle and gives a little background information on pretty much everyone in the military at that point.
Moore does an excellent job of putting the locations into modern-day perspective/5.The battle of San Jacinto was the concluding military event of the Texas Revolution.
On Mathe revolutionary army at Gonzales began to retreat eastward. It crossed the Colorado River on March 17 and camped near present Columbus on Ma recruiting and reinforcements having increased its size to 1, men.