Creatorby the chief Mexican participants, General Antonio Lopez de Santa-Anna, D. Ramon Martinez Caro ... General Vicente Filisola, General José Urrea, General José María Tornel ... translated with notes by Carlos E. Castañeda ..
Manifesto relative to his operations in the Texas campaign and his capture, by A.L. de Santa Anna - A true account of the first Texas campaign and the events subsequent to the battle of San Jacinto, by R. Martinez Caro. -Representation to the supreme government with notes on his operations as general-in-chief of the army of Texas, by V. Filisola. - Diary of the military operations of the division which, under his command, campaigned in Texas, by J. Urrea. - Relations between Texas, the United States of America, and Mexico, by J.M. Tornel y Mendivil
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