Slaughter at Goliad the Mexican massacre of 400 Texas volunteers by Jay A. Stout

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Published by Naval Institute Press in Annapolis, Md .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Goliad Massacre, Goliad, Tex., 1836,
  • Texas -- History -- Revolution, 1835-1836

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-236) and index.

Book details

StatementJay A. Stout.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF394.G64 S76 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 242 p., [12] p. of plates :
Number of Pages242
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19864420M
ISBN 10159114843X
ISBN 109781591148432
LC Control Number2007037974

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March On this day inwhich happened to be Palm Sunday, at least Texians were executed by firing squad at Goliad (More Texians were killed at Goliad than the Alamo). The Texans considered these men prisoners of war, whereas General Santa Anna thought them "perfidious foreigners." The revulsion felt throughout the United States turned American sympathies against Mexico and its efforts to preserve its territorial integrity.

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xii). Thus, the purpose of his book is to shine light on the events that occurred in March around the old Mexican town of Goliad, and the Presidio La ?id= Goliad is also famous for originating the Texas cattle industry, due in large part to the thousands of cattle raised at nearby missions.

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Sam Houston, the commander of the Texas army, ordered Colonel James Walker Fannin to abandon Goliad and retreat to Victoria on Ma but Fannin hesitated to await word from Captain King, whom he had sent to Refugio with a substantial   Remember Goliad. A History of La Bahía (Fred Rider Cotten Popular History Series) jazo In the first book, "Massacre at Goliad," the Buckalews' dream of adventure and free land is dispelled by the harsh reality of the West: hard work, Indians, bandits and the simmering cultural, racial and political animosity between Americans and Mexicans.

When violence finally breaks out, the boys miss the slaughter at the Alamo only to be The Goliad Massacre, the tragic termination of the Goliad Campaign ofis of all the episodes of the Texas Revolution the most infamous. Though not as salient as the battle of the Alamo, the massacre immeasurably garnered support for the cause against Mexico both within Texas and in the United States, thus contributing greatly to the Texan victory at the battle of San Jacinto and   The Goliad Campaign was the Mexican offensive to retake the Texas Gulf Coast during the Texas n troops under the command of General José de Urrea defeated rebellious immigrants to the Mexican province of Texas, known as Texians, in a series of clashes in February and ://.

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