Texas Revolution

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Regulars at San Jacinto, L to R - Private Infantry Regiment, deserter US Infantry and Major John Allen, Infantry. Mexican Army, Mexican American War, American History, American Soldiers, American Civil War, Military Art, Military History, American Uniform, Native American Models

Regulars at San Jacinto,1836: 1:Private,1st Regt. of Infantry.2:Major John Allen,1st Infantry.3:Deserter,US 7th Infantry.

Pair of Large Silverbelly Mexican Sombreros a) Heavy beaver Mexican hat with a 7 brim, crown. Cowboy Gear, Cowboy And Cowgirl, Cowboy Hats, Cowboy Spurs, Mexican Sombrero Hat, Mexican Hat, Poncho Mexican, Wide Brimmed Hats, Western Hats

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Pair of Large Silverbelly Mexican Sombreros a) Heavy beaver Mexican hat with a 7 1/4" brim, 9" crown and tight braided 6 strand band. Fine condition, circa 1900. b) A classic "Torro" sombrero with marked sweat band, 6 1/2" brim, 7 3/4" crown and 2 tone cotton band, fine condition, circa 1915.

These are the times that try men's souls~ Thomas Paine: Winter in Valley Forge, as General Washington inspects the ever-dwindling troops. American Revolutionary War, American Civil War, American History, Nc Wyeth, I Love America, Colonial America, Civil War Photos, Historical Art, Vintage Artwork

While the Continental Army froze and suffered appalling deprivation at Valley Forge, General Howe and the British officer corps spent the winter enjoying the luxury of Philadelphia’s finest homes. An infusion of capable European strategists revitalized the army. These included Prussian Baron von Steuben; the Marquis de Lafayette, Thaddeus Kosciuszko and Casimir, Count Pulaski of Poland, who aided Washington in the creation of a well-drilled, professional force capable of fighting the…

The cannon believed to be the one the Mexican army tried to take back from the Texians in inspiring the “Come and Take It” flag and the first battle of the Texas Revolution, is on display at the Gonzales Memorial Museum. Texas Revolution, Mexican Army, Republic Of Texas, Davy Crockett, Seven Years' War, Come And Take It, Loving Texas, Memorial Museum, Texas History

Remember Alamo's \

The 1836 fall of the Alamo at the end of a 13-day siege would be devastating news to the wives, parents and children of the 41 defenders from Gonzales, including 32 who entered the compound five days before the battle.

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