Twin Sisters: Historical novel based on the Texas Revolution

Twin Sisters: Historical novel based on the Texas Revolution

by Carl J Crawford

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Overview

On November 17, 1835 the people of Cincinnati, Ohio raised the funds to aid the Texas Revolution, and the foundry of Greenwood and Webb manufactured two six-pounder cannons known as the Twin Sisters. They are credited with having won the Revolution against Mexico in the battle of San Jacinto. There are various stories as to the fate of the cannons at the end of the war.

Is it true that the Twin Sisters cannons were found buried on a ranch in Uvalde, Texas in 2011 or is there a more devious explanation?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013806511
Publisher: Carl J. Crawford
Publication date: 04/04/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 312
File size: 313 KB

About the Author

Carl J Crawford is a retired minister and former chaplain in a state correctional system, and an English teacher in a military boarding school. He holds an Honors Master of Science in Higher Education, Master of Divinity and Bachelor of Science in App;lied Social Science degrees. He resided in Uvalde, Texas when this book was written..

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