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Hesitant Martyr in the Texas Revolution James Walker Fannin

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ISBN-10: 1556227787

ISBN-13: 9781556227783

Edition: 2000

Authors: Gary Brown

List price: $18.95
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Author Gary Brown brings to life a thorough and insightful analysis of this controversial and sometimes misunderstood historical figure, whom most remember as the commander who lost twice as many men as were killed at the Alamo and San Jacinto combined. Now the story can be completely examined with the help of all Fannin's known correspondence during the campaign at Goliad. Read and judge for yourself if history has been fair to James Walker Fannin.
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Book details

List price: $18.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing
Publication date: 3/17/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 275
Size: 5.66" wide x 8.52" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.858
Language: English

Gary Brown, former chief ranger at Yellowstone, Denali, & Rocky Mountain national parks, is a private bear-management consultant & is the author of "The Great Bear Almanac" & "Safe Travel in Bear Country." He lives in Bozeman, Montana.

Southern Roots in Mexican Texas
Georgia, West Point, and the Formative Years
Cotton Fields and Slave Ships
Texan Emigre
Revolutionary Rhetoric
Rebel Against Santa Anna
Arrival at Gonzales
With Bowie at Concepcion
Siege of San Antonio
Return to Brazoria
Arrival of the Georgia Volunteers
Advance to Refugio
Retreat to Goliad
The Reluctant Leader
Command Staff
The Georgia Units
The Greys
Alabama Red Rovers
Kentucky Mustangs
The Final Quest for Honor
Refugio and La Bahia
Fannin's "Ides of March"
Letters Home--Fannin's Men Speak
Battle of Coleto
Palm Sunday Massacre
Defense of an "Ill-Fated Man"
"Curse the Sluggards For Ever"