I thought i’d share a few other photos from visiting Houston a few months back. As well as going to Anahuac we also visited the San Jacinto Battlefield, the most decisive battle of the Texas Revolutionary War. The battle was fought in April 1836 and resulted in total victory for the Texans who also took the Mexican President Santa Anna prisoner. Against all the odds their victory enabled them to secede from Mexico and establish their very own republic.
San Jacinto Battlefield & USS Texas
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Howdy, my name’s Matt. I'm originally from England but now live here in the Great State of Texas. Since moving here I thought it would be fun to try something new and enter the world of photo blogging. View more posts
3 thoughts on “San Jacinto Battlefield & USS Texas”
Great job Lone Star!!!!
Cheers I appreciate it, hope you’re all good! looking forward to seeing you guys in a few weeks
A great and varied history piece…