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D in the Heart of Texas
Jerry T. Dealey
The Europeans and American Settlers (Part 2)
Early History of Texas
The Europeans and American Settlers
John Neely Bryan – And Other Early Founders
Some Wheeling-Dealing to Grow a City
George Bannerman Dealey
The Dallas Morning News is Born
The Great 1908 Flood
G. B. Promotes Other Early Dallas Growth
The "City of Hate"
Building the ‘Subway’, Triple Underpass, Dealey Plaza
The Other Buildings Around Dealey Plaza
The Elder G. B. Dealey
The Dallas "Citizens Council"
The ‘Right Wing’ Direction of Dallas - "City of Hate" Revisited
A ‘Turn-Around’ for the Dallas Morning News
The Pre-November ‘Hate’ Incidents
Dallas’ Law Enforcement
November 1963, Why Dallas?
Dealey Plaza Changes To-Date
Sam Houston led an army of about 750 men against Santa Anna’s remaining 1500 man force, in the Battle of San Jacinto on April 21, 1836. Santa Anna’s forces had
been dwindled by the battles, and the need to leave forces in the conquered territories. Attacking the sleeping Mexican forces during their traditional afternoon ‘siesta’ (nap), the Texans killed over 700 soldiers and captured another 730. The Texans, who showed little or no mercy to the forces that killed their fellow Texans, shouted the cries of “Remember the Alamo” and “Remember Goliad” during the fighting. Santa Anna was also captured, while posing as a normal foot soldier, and taken to an injured Sam Houston.
D in the Heart of Texas - Table of Contents
The Europeans and American Settlers (Part 1)
John Neely Bryan – And Other Early Founders (Part 1)
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