The First Texas Independence, 1813: (La Primera Independencia de Tejas, 1813)
This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: There were seven flags over Texas. The green flag it is the first flag of Texas independence. It is the spark that lit the revolt for liberty in our state. It started as a gentle glow of a peasant s lantern. Then, it expanded to a beacon s potent light; beckoning Don Bernardo led his army in answering the call for freedom. It was not a flag of conquest, but a flag of self-rule. It was not a flag to build an empire, but to end an unjust one. It was a precious flag, wrapping those who carried it with the ideals of equality. It was the first breath of a new life, the first step of a long journey, the sign of a new beginning. It is the green flag, the first flag of Texas independence. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_usedgood_1483624048
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Über den Autor: Mr. José Antonio (Joe) López was born and raised in Laredo, Texas. USAF Veteran. He is a direct descendant of Don Javier Uribe, one of the earliest families that settled in what is now South Texas in 1750. He is married to the former Cordelia Jean Cordy Dancause of Laredo. He has college degrees from Laredo Jr. College and Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, T. X. He earned a Master's Degree in Education. He is the author of two books: The Last Knight (Don Bernardo Gutierrez de Lara Uribe, A Texas Hero) and Nights of Wailing, Days of Pain (Life in 1920s South Texas) Mr. Lopez also writes newspaper and online magazine articles on issues that affect Spanish-surnamed citizens in the Southwest. He and his wife visit school campuses throughout South Texas teaching about the Spanish Mexican roots of Texas. Mr. Lopez is the founder of the Tejano Learning Center, L. L. C. and www.tejanosunidos.org a web site dedicated to Spanish Mexican people and events in U.S. history that are mostly overlooked in mainstream history books. About Miss Cordy (Very Able Assistant) Cordy has spent about 30 years working with children in various learning settings. For the last 20 years of her very successful career, she worked as a certified para professional, concentrating in special education in the Judson Ind. School District. She is the T. L. C. Chief Editor and Scheduler. She is also responsible for setting up and maintaining Tejano Learning presentation equipment and static displays.
Titel: The First Texas Independence, 1813: (La ...
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