Santa Anna

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Mexican–American War - Conduct of The War - Scott's Mexico City Campaign - Santa Anna's Last Campaign
... In late September 1847, Santa Anna made one last attempt to defeat the Americans, by cutting them off from the coast ... General Joaquín Rea began the Siege of Puebla, soon joined by Santa Anna, but they failed to take it before the approach of a relief column from Vera Cruz under Brig ... Joseph Lane prompted Santa Anna to stop him ...
Siege Of The Alamo - February 23
... According to later reports from Santa Anna, the cavalry, under General Joaquín Ramírez y Sesma, were supposed to execute a surprise attack on the ... Santa Anna later reported that the initial Texian cannon fire killed two Mexican soldiers and wounded eight others no other Mexican officer, however, reported fatalities from that day ... Jameson to meet with Santa Anna ...
Santa Anna (ship) 1812
... The Santa Anna was a Spanish ship totally wrecked in the Straits of Timor in 1812 ... The Santa Anna was a ship of 220 tons and was brought to Sydney in October 1806 after being captured by the privateer Port-au-Prince ... Some have postulated that it is the Santa Anna that is the Mahogany Ship at Warnambool ...
Sion Record Bostick - Texas Revolution
... When Mexican General Antonio López de Santa Anna marched into Texas in 1836, Bostick reenlisted as a private in Col ... President and General Antonio López de Santa Anna ... be seen in the painting Surrender of Santa Anna by William Henry Huddle, which depicts Santa Anna surrendering to a wounded Sam Houston ...

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