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The Eagle and the Raven: Narrative of Sam Huston

Michener, James A.

Published by State House Press 1990/90, 1990
ISBN 10: 0938349570 / ISBN 13: 9780938349570
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Title: The Eagle and the Raven: Narrative of Sam ...

Publisher: State House Press 1990/90

Publication Date: 1990

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Edition: First Edition

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Hardback Historical Narrative 1st. Ed. As New/As New; 69243. Bookseller Inventory # 69243

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Synopsis: This historical narrative recalls one of the most exciting periods of Texas history in its contrast of charismatic men, Santa Anna and Houston, each flawed in so many ways yet dominant figures in their two nations, Mexico and Texas.

From Publishers Weekly: "The Raven" is Sam Houston, insolent frontiersman, brash congressman, Tennessee governor, rural schoolmaster, lawyer, land speculator in the Mexican state of Tejas (later Texas). "The Eagle" is Antonio Lopez de Santa Annasp ok , 11 times president of Mexico, congenital opportunist, enemy of rebels, inordinately vain general, furious wooer of a Mexican emperor's 60-year-old spinster sister. The paths of these two adventurers crossed in 1836 on the banks of the San Jacinto River when Houston, leading a band of Texicans seeking revenge for the Alamo, massacred Santa Anna's men. The independent Republic of Texas was born (it joined the Union nine years later). Resembling nonfiction more than historical novelette, this interwoven double portrait, we learn from the author's introduction, was originally a chapter cut from his novel Texas . Michener makes history come alive in this engaging slice of Americana and Texas lore, a compelling testament to the precept that character is destiny. Line drawings.
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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