4 edition of Mexican side of the Texan Revolution (1836) found in the catalog.
Mexican side of the Texan Revolution (1836)
Carlos Eduardo CastanМѓeda
|Statement||by the chief Mexican participants, Antonio Lopez de Santa-Anna ... [et al.] ; translated with notes by Carlos E. Castañeda.|
|Series||The Chicano heritage|
|Contributions||Santa Anna, Antonio López de, 1794?-1876.|
|LC Classifications||F390 .C317 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 391 p. :|
|Number of Pages||391|
|LC Control Number||76001215|
Carlos Castañeda (11 November – 3 April ) was a historian, specializing in the history of Texas, and a leader in the push for civil rights for Mexican-Americans.. Born in Mexico, Castañeda immigrated to the United States with his family in He gained an undergraduate and master's degree in history from the University of Texas at Austin, and then spent several Alma mater: University of Texas at Austin. Get this from a library! The Mexican side of the Texan revolution (). [Carlos E Castañeda; Ramón Martínez Caro; Vicente Filísola; José Urrea; José María Tornel y Mendívil; Antonio López de Santa Anna;].
José Manuel Rafael Simeón de Mier y Terán (Febru — July 3, ), commonly called Manuel de Mier y Terán or General Teran, was a Mexican general involved in the Mexican and Texan revolutionsBattles/wars: Mexican War of Independence: . Buy The Mexican side of the Texas Revolution () by Carlos Eduardo Castañeda (Compiled by) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now.
The Texas Revolution was a war fought from October 2, to Ap between Mexico and the Tejas portion of the Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas. Tejanos and Texians (anglo settlers in Texas) revolted soon after President of Mexico Antonio López de Santa Anna appointed himself dictator, claiming that Mexico was not ready for a democracy. There are . The Mexican Side of the Texan Revolution, by Carlos E. Cortes (Editor); Carlos E. Castenada (Translator) Call Number: FC Three Roads to the Alamo: The Lives and Fortunes of David Crockett, James Bowie, and William Barret Travis by William C. DavisAuthor: James Loomis.
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Included are Santa Anna's Manifesto Relative to His Operations in the Texas Campaign and His Capture, Ramon Martinez Caro's account of the battle of San Jacinto, Vicente Filisola's account of his operations as General-in-Chief of the Army of Texas, Jose Urrea's diary of his command in Texas, and Jose Mara Tornel y Mendivil's historical account of relations between Texas, the United States, and Mexico since Cited by: THE MEXICAN SIDE OF THE TEXAN REVOLUTION Paperback – January 1, by C.E.
Trans.& Ed. Castaneda (Author)Author: C.E. Trans.& Ed. Castaneda. The Mexican Side of the Texas Revolution () By the Chief Mexican Participants Hardcover – January 1, by Carlos E. Castaneda (Author)Author: Carlos E.
Castaneda. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Mexican side of the Texan Revolution () by Carlos Eduardo Castañeda; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Personal narratives; Places: Texas, Alamo, Goliad, San Jacinto; Times: Revolution, The Mexican Side of the Texas Revolution Hardcover – January 1, by Carlos Castaneda (Author)Author: Carlos Castaneda.
The Mexican side of the Texan Revolution () by Carlos Eduardo Castañeda,Graphic Ideas edition, in English - 2d : Five accounts of the Texas Revolution by principal Mexican participants, including General Santa Anna, his secretary Ramon Martinez Caro, Gen.
Jose Urrea, Gen. Vincente Filisola, and Gen. Jose Tornel, translated into English. The Filisola, Santa Anna, and Urrea accounts are included in BASIC TEXAS BOOKS, and these are their first English versions. Texas and the Texans, or Advance of the Anglo-Americans to the South-West, Vol.
2 of 2: Including a History of Leading Events in Mexico, from the Conquest by Fernando Cortes to the Termination of the Texan Revolution (Classic Reprint).
Although the Texas Revolution was bookended by the Battles of Gonzales and San Jacinto, armed conflict and political turmoil that pitted Texians (Anglo-American settlers of the Mexican state of Coahuila and Texas) and Tejanos (Texans of mixed Mexican and Indian descent) against the forces of the Mexican government had occurred intermittently since at.
The Texas Revolution (October 2, – Ap ) was a rebellion of colonists from the United States and Tejanos (Texas Mexicans) in putting up armed resistance to the centralist government of the uprising was part of a larger one that included other provinces opposed to the regime of President Antonio López de Santa Anna, the Mexican government Location: Texas.
The first shots of the Texas Revolution were fired on October 2,in the town of Gonzales. The Mexican authorities in Texas, nervous about the increased hostility with the Texans, decided to disarm them.
A small squad of Mexican soldiers was sent to Gonzales to retrieve a cannon stationed there to fight off Indian attacks. Contents: Santa Anna, A.L. Manifesto relative to his operations in the Texas campaign and his captureMartinez Caro, R.A true account of the first Texas campaign and the events subsequent to the Battle of San JacintoFilisola, V.
Representation to the supreme government with notes on his operations as General-in-chief of the Army. Castañeda, Carlos Eduardo, Mexican side of the Texan revolution.
Contains reproductions of the original title pages of each of the five documents. A true account of the first Texas campaign and the events subsequent to the battle of San Jacinto, by R. Martinez Caro.
HOLZINGER, JUAN JOSÉ (?–). Juan José Holzinger, a German soldier of fortune in the Mexican army during the Texas Revolution, was born Johann Josef Holzinger in the vicinity of Mainz, of the details of his life before his appearance in Texas are known from conversations he had with Herman Ehrenberg inwhich Ehrenberg later recorded in the.
Buy The Mexican Side of the Texas Revolution, by Carlos E. Cortes (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: Carlos E. Cortes. In his book The Mexican Side of the Texan Revolution, Castañeda cast new light on the events of the s.
He rejected the idea that the revolt simply pitted Anglo Americans against Mexicans. Rather, he presented the revolution as a struggle in which a diverse group of rebels, Mexicans and Anglos, fought against dictatorship.
Jose Enrique de la Peña was a colonel in the Mexican Army. Under General Antonio López de Santa Anna, de la Peña participated in the Battle of the Alamo.
Ina book of his memoirs of the battle was published. The memoirs are controversial in that they said that Davy Crockett did not die fighting, but instead surrendered during the battle of the Alamo and was later executed. The Mexican Side of the Texan Revolution () The Mexican Side of the Texan Revolution () Chief Mexican Participants and translated w/notes by Castaneda, Carlos E.
Published by P. Turner Company, Dallas, TX, Very Good. First Edition. Hardcover. Translated by Carlos Castaneda. The accounts of the Texas campaign of as related by five of the chief participants, who present the Mexican side of the war.
Very Good black covers with faded gilt spine title. The Mexican Revolution (Spanish: Revolución Mexicana) was a major armed struggle, lasting roughly from tothat transformed Mexican culture and gh recent research has focused on local and regional aspects of the revolution, it was a genuinely national revolution.
Its outbreak in resulted from the failure of the year-long regime of Porfirio Date: 20 November – 21 May(9 years. Five accounts of the Texas Revolution by principal Mexican participants, including General Santa Anna, his secretary Ramon Martinez Caro, Gen. Jose Urrea, Gen.
Vincente Filisola, and Gen. Jose Tornel, translated into English. The Filisola, Santa Anna, and Urrea accounts are included in BASIC TEXAS BOOKS, and these are their first English : Hardcover.COVID Resources.
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The Mexican side of the Texas Revolution, . [Antonio López de Santa Anna; Carlos Eduardo Castañeda].