Santa Anna

  • Author: Homer Thrall
  • Date: 1879
  • Medium: Woodblock
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Inches: 5 x 7
  • Centimeters: 12.82 x 17.95
  • Price: $95.00

Santa Anna is a woodblock engraving from Reverend Homer Thrall's Pictorial History of Texas, 1879, which describes the missions, colonization, the revolution, and the state Texas from the earliest visits of European explorers to 1879.

Antonio López de Santa Anna Pérez de Lebrón (1794–1876) was a soldier and five-time president of Mexico. After serving under Joaquín de Arredondo and working his way up to the military governor of Yucatán, Santa Anna retired to civil life and became governor of Vera Cruz. He was involved in both the Texas Revolution and the Mexican American War, playing a dynamic role as president and military commander.
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