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The Raven's honor : a Sam Houston story

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Large Print Book

First/Center Point Large Print edition.

Sam Houston is a living legend in 1861. The hero of the Battle of San Jacinto, he had defeated Santa Anna to win independence for Texas back in 1836. He had twice served as president of the Republic of Texas, helped Texas join the Union, and served as senator and governor of Texas. Before settling in Texas, he had been a hero of the Creek War and governor of Tennessee. He had been friends with Andrew Jackson and Davy Crockett, and had been adopted into the Cherokee tribe, whose rights he had often defended and who had named him The Raven.

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Stevens Memorial Community Library - Attica LARGE PRINT BOGG (Text)
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