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During an extraordinary eighteen minutes on an April afternoon in 1836, the Battle of San Jacinto took place just east of what is today Houston, Texas. With that clash, a crucial phase of the westward expansion of the United States began. That single, swift, and surprising confrontation - amidst the cries of Remember the Alamo! set Texas free from Mexico. It also led, this vivid short-form eBook argues, to the shaping of much of the American West as we know it today. Heres the story of how Sam Houston and his rag-tag army crushed Santa Anna and his far superior force.

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