Tag: Battle of San Jacinto

Faith Chronicles in Two-Part Series Box Sets 2020

Sidney St. James’ writing career began in the University Library at Texas A&M University. It was there while working behind the main desk in the Reserve Reading Room he discovered a massive collection of microfilm. Not only did this time, while attending the University in College Station, Texas, start his genealogy studies, it also began

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On February 23rd, 1836, a large Mexican force totaling near 6,000 men commanded by General Santa Anna started a siege of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. The Texians held out for thirteen days. At four o’clock in the morning on March 6, the Mexican forces began to attack the Alamo and didn’t stop with

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120 Days Through Hell! The Runaway Scrape

Crossing the Trinity River Prairies Where Cold and Flooded Waters Caused Many Lives to be Lost – 1836 In my recently released creative non-fiction novel, The Rose of Bray’s Bayou, Dilue Rose Harris and thousands of other elderly men, women, and children rush across the “wilderness” trying to reach the Sabine River before Santa Anna

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