Catalog Record: The Mexican side of the Texas Revolution, 1836 | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Mexican side of the Texas Revolution, 1836, by the chief Mexican participants, General Antonio López de Santa Anna, Ramón Martínez Caro, General Vicente Filisola, General José Urrea, General José María Tornel. Translated with notes by Carlos E. Castañeda. Illus. by Carol Rogers and Jim Box.

Main Author: Santa Anna, Antonio López de, 1794?-1876.
Related Names: Castañeda, Carlos Eduardo 1896-1958., Tornel y Mendívil, José María 1789-1853., Urrea, José 1797-1849., Filísola, Vicente. , Martínez Caro, Ramón.
Language(s): English ; Spanish
Published: Austin, Tex., Graphic Ideas, 1970.
Edition: 2a ed.
Subjects: United States > Foreign relations > Mexico.
Mexico > Foreign relations > United States.
Mexico > History > 1821-1861.
Texas > History > Revolution, 1835-1836.
Note: Contains reproductions of the original title pages of each of the five documents.
Physical Description: xi, 402 p. illus., facsims., port. 23 cm.
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