A military history of the texas revolution 1835 1836 by stephen l hardin illustrated by gary s zaboly the first complete military history of the texas revolution drawing on many original texan and mexican sources and on site inspections of almost every battlefield. Texian and not texan is the term that the people of 1835 and 1836 would have used to refer to a person of anglo heritage fighting for texas independence from santa annas mexican government during the texas revolution similarly a person of hispanic heritage fighting on the same side as the texian would have been known as a tejano. Stephen l hardens texian iliad is a military history of the texas revolution he delves into such details as the inferior quality of the gun powered used by the mexican army as one veteran noted on examining the powder we found it little better than pounded charcoal. Joseph g dawson iii texian iliad a military history of the texas revolution 1835 1836 western historical quarterly volume 26 issue 4 1 november 1995 p. Texian iliad a military history of the texas revolution 1835 1836 texas classics author stephen l hardin illustrated by gary s zaboly publisher university of texas press 2010 isbn
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