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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Castañeda, Carlos Eduardo, 1896-1958.
Mexican side of the Texan revolution <1836>.
Dallas, Tex., P.L. Turner Co. [©1928]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carlos Eduardo Castañeda; Ramón Martínez Caro; Vicente Filísola; José Urrea; José María Tornel y Mendívil; Antonio López de Santa Anna
|Notes:||Contains reproductions of the original title pages of each of the five documents.|
|Description:||vii, 391 pages including facsimiles 25 cm|
|Contents:||Manifesto relative to his operations in the Texas campaign and his capture, by A.L. de Santa Anna --
A true account of the first Texas campaign and the events subsequent to the battle of San Jacinto, by R. Martinez Caro. -Representation to the supreme government with notes on his operations as general-in-chief of the army of Texas, by V. Filisola. --
Diary of the military operations of the division which, under his command, campaigned in Texas, by J. Urrea. --
Relations between Texas, the United States of America, and Mexico, by J.M. Tornel y Mendivil.
|Responsibility:||by the chief Mexican participants, General Antonio Lopez de Santa-Anna, D. Ramon Martinez Caro ... General Vicente Filisola, General José Urrea, General José María Tornel ... translated with notes by Carlos E. Castañeda ...|