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Attends San Jacinto Symposium on April 19, 2002
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The San Jacinto Symoposium, was very nice. The Turn out was Great For this very informative lesson on Texas And it's History. The Speakers came ready to speak on there prospective subjects. Mr. Jeff Dunn Made the Introduction of all the speakers. As Listed Below.
Author, James L. Haley,"Sam Houston and San Jacinto: It wasn't supposed to Happen This Way" (University of Oklahoma Press, 2002)
Professor of History, Stephen L,Harding PhD, "Houston's Generalship: The Method, the Meaning, and the Myth" The Victoria College, Victoria Texas,
Professor of History Mexico, Josefina Zoraida Vazquez PhD, "The Enigmatic Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna" El Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City,
Professor of History Texas, Jesus F.De La Teja PhD, "From Rear Guard to front Line: Juan Seguin and his Tejano Company at San Jacinto" Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
Gerard Kendall Of The San Jacinto Chapter, Sons of the Republic of Texas, "sidney Sherman: A Contributor to the Establishment and Development of Texas"
J.P Bryan the Past President, Texas State Historical Association, "San Jacinto: Who Wears the Coat of Many Colors?"
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