Lone Star Revolution

March 13, 2005 · 0 comments

For ten short years in the 1800’s the independent nation of Texas flourished in the grasslands and desert along the Rio Grande, after a hard-fought battle for independence from Mexico. This story photographed for Endless Vacation followed the Texas Independence Trail from the Alamo in San Antonio, to Goliad and Gonzales, and San Jacinto, site the final victory over Santa Ana, to the log cabin at Washington on the Brazos where the Declaration of Independence was signed.

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