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Texas Revolution


A roll call in his father’s home was an impressive experience; for Lucius Lamar’s uncles included Mirabeau Bonaparte, whose charge at San Jacinto broke the Mexican line and made him the second President of the Texas Republic; Jefferson Jackson, Thomas Randolph, and Lavoisier LeGrand, indicating in the christener a changing interest from history to politics and from politics to chemistry.
John F. Kennedy  --  Profiles in Courage
  successful revolution by Texas to become its own republic rather than a part of Mexico (1835 & 1836)
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  • A roll call in his father’s home was an impressive experience; for Lucius Lamar’s uncles included Mirabeau Bonaparte, whose charge at San Jacinto broke the Mexican line and made him the second President of the Texas Republic; Jefferson Jackson, Thomas Randolph, and Lavoisier LeGrand, indicating in the christener a changing interest from history to politics and from politics to chemistry.
    John F. Kennedy  --  Profiles in Courage
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Texas Revolution [9] , Battle of the Alamo [6]
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