Samuel Houston


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Noun1.Samuel Houston - United States politician and military leader who fought to gain independence for Texas from Mexico and to make it a part of the United States (1793-1863)Samuel Houston - United States politician and military leader who fought to gain independence for Texas from Mexico and to make it a part of the United States (1793-1863)
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A wretched little strip of country like Florida to dare to compare itself to Texas, who, in place of selling herself, asserted her own independence, drove out the Mexicans in March 2, 1846, and declared herself a federal republic after the victory gained by Samuel Houston, on the banks of the San Jacinto, over the troops of Santa Anna
The following body corporate owns the business carried on under the licence:- Henderson Retail Limited, whose registered office is at 9 Hightown Avenue, Ballywonard, Newtownabbey BT36 4RT, a Limited Liability Company of which the following persons are directors: The Directors are Mark Hugh Adrian, Geoffrey William Agnew, Martin John Agnew, Samuel Houston Davidson, Alan James Fitzsimmins, Neal Francis Kelly, Robert Mark McCammond, Darren William Stewart and William John Ronald Whitten.
Se llamaba Samuel Houston, amigo personal del presidente Jackson, abanderado historico de la expansion territorial norteamericana.
Los registros historicos consultados por Gonzalez Pedrero indican que la copia de la cancion The Yellow Rose of Texas aparecida en 1836, fue transcrita apenas un poco antes o justamente despues de que el general Samuel Houston dirigiera la brigada de leales contra las fuerzas del general Santa Anna, durante la derrota de San Jacinto, aquel funesto dia de 1836.
html State of Texas, signed by Samuel Houston (Lot 72): http://www.
The following body corporate owns the business carried on under the licence: Henderson Retail Limited, Limited Liability Company of which the following persons are directors: Mark Hugh Adrain, Geoffrey William Agnew, Martin John Agnew, Samuel Houston Davidson, Alan James Fitzsimmins, Neal Frances Kelly, Robert Mark McCammond, William John Ronald Whitten.