2 comments for “History Nugget #14: June 2019

  1. June 27, 2019 at 7:10 am

    Seems Mexico is still not completely reorganized. For instance, it’s hard to tell who’s running the country–the cartels, or the elected government.

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  2. June 29, 2019 at 11:31 am

    Lorenzo de Zavala was an important figure in the history of the Texas Revolution of 1836, a signer of Texas’s Declaration of Independence and the Republics first Vice-President.
    Equally, his granddaughter Adina de Zavala also hold an important roll in Texas history in helping to locate and preserve historical sites throughout San Antonio. Most notably her working in saving the Alamo church, the Alamo’s Long Barracks, and in helping to expand the Daughter of the Texas Revolution.
    I cover all this, and her battle with Clara Driscoll, in my post: the History of the Alamo, Part V: Two Angels, Two Different Visions. https://stillcurrent.blog/2018/10/07/the-history-of-the-alamo-part-v-two-angels-two-different-visions/

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