New Orleans and the Texas Revolution
Texas A&M University Press, 30 août 2004 - 275 pages
In 1835, Creole mercantile houses backed the forces against Santa Anna. Edward L. Miller reconstructs this chain of events, confirming other historians in arguing that Texan leaders recognised the importance of securing financial and popular support from New Orleans.
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New Orleans in 1835
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