The Mexican Side of the Texan Revolution 1836 By the Chief Participants: General Antonio Lopez De Santa-Anna, D. Ramon Martinez Caro, General Vicente Filisola, General Jose Urrea, General Jose Maria Tornel. Carlos E. Castaneda.

The Mexican Side of the Texan Revolution 1836 By the Chief Participants: General Antonio Lopez De Santa-Anna, D. Ramon Martinez Caro, General Vicente Filisola, General Jose Urrea, General Jose Maria Tornel

Hardcover, Dallas: P. L. Turner Company, 1928. Very Good. The accounts of five of the chief Mexican participants in the Texas campaign of 1836 translated into English by Carlos Castaneda of UT. The included accounts are by Santa-Anna, Ramon Martinez Caro (Secretary to Santa Anna) , General Vincente Filisola, General Jose Urrea, and General Jose Maria Tornel (Secretary of War). Ships same or next business day. Some pages are uncut on fore-edges. Spine is slightly slanted. Normal edge and shelf wear. Small bumps on spine ends. Small tears on spine head. Light wrinkling along spine. Faint discoloration on boards. Soiling and tanning to edges of pages. White-out on head edge of front free endpaper. Spine partially cracked on back endpaper. Text is clean. No dust jacket. Protected in archival cover. ; B&W Illustrations; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 389 pages. [Item #78223]

Price: $150.00

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