Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Firsthand accounts of survivors of the Goliad Massacre of March 1836, a pivotal part of the Texas Revolution. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: Sandwiched like a middle child between the fall of the Alamo and the Battle of San Jacinto, Goliad never gets the attention it deserves in the canon of Texas history. The rallying cry at San Jacinto, after all, was "Remember Goliad! Remember the Alamo!" But we only seem to have remembered the latter. Goliad has been called "the other Alamo," and many today think the Presidio is also a mission rather than an historical military fortification. In recent years, the massacre that took place at Presidio La Bahia on March 27, 1836 has been twisted into a politically correct "lawful execution" by some groups. This volume is the most complete resource of reliable firsthand accounts of massacre survivors. It addresses the issue of whether the men murdered there were lawfully executed or outright slaughtered. The accounts here will give the student of Texas history fodder to decide for himself.
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