Sam Houston: Colossus in Buckskin

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - 364 pages
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1928. The story of Sam Houston, one of the most colorful and controversial figures in Texas history, written by George Creel who headed the U.S. propaganda effort during World War One. Contents: The Boyhood of a Titan; Sam Houston Wins His Spurs; The Great Gesture; Co-Lon-Neh the Rover; Caning a Congressman; The Story of Texas; A New Life in a New Land; The Texans Rebel; A Disastrous Victory; The Alamo; The Lone Star Republic; The Goliad Massacre; Houston's Valley Forge; San Jacinto; The Napoleon of the Western World; Texas and the United States; Houston as an Administrator; Houston and his Enemies; Lamar Brings Ruin; Santa Anna's Gratitude; Houston Plays World Politics; England and France Conspire; Annexation; Sam Houston as Senator; Sam Houston vs. Texas; and Last Days of a Titan.

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