The Texas Revolution: Tejano Heroes

Roy F. Sullivan

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Synopsis: Most Americans are aware that Texas gained its independence from Santa Anna's Mexico in the 1840's. Mention of the Alamo evokes the familiar names of heroes like Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and William Travis. All too often another group of heroes, heroines and patriots who fought and died for the independence of Texas is overlooked. The sacrifices, bravery and valor of that group-the Tejanos, Texans of Hispanic ancestry-are the focus of "The Texas Revolution: Tejano Heroes" It was not just at famous battles such as Agua Dulce, Bexar, Goliad, the Alamo and San Jacinto that Tejanos made their mark on Texas history, often giving their lives and fortunes. Long before the arrival of Stephen F. Austin and settlers from the east, Tejanos were fighting for the independence of Tejas or Texas. The first declaration of Texas independence from Spain was issued in April 1813 by Bernardo Guiterrez de Lara. The first, and bloodiest, battle for Texas independence was fought at the battle of the Medina in August 1813. The first formal list of grievances against the Mexican government was issued by several Tejanos, including Juan Seguin and Gaspar Abrego de Flores, in October 1834. Recognition of the courage, abilities and endurance of Tejanos as major emancipators in the Texas Revolution is long overdue, hence this book.

About the Author: Retired from both the U.S. Army and the State Department Foreign Service, Sullivan lives in the Texas Hill Country where he writes about service experiences as well as historical studies of the Texas revolution and the American civil war. His latest is "The Texas Revolution: Tejano Heroes" about the little-known contributions to the revolution of the Republic of Texas from Mexico made by Texans of Hispanic descent.

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Publication Date: 2011
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