Battle of Alazan Creek
The Battle of Alazan Creek, occurred on the banks of Alazan Creek in Coahuila y Tejas on June 20, 1813, during the Mexican War of Independence. The location is today in Bexar County, Texas, in the United States, just west of Downtown San Antonio (formerly San Antonio del Bejar).

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Battle of Alazan Creek - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Battle of Alazan Creek, occurred on the banks of Alazan Creek in Coahuila y Tejas on June 20, 1813, during the Mexican War of Independence.
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Bexar County's Forgetton Battle of Alazan Creek
Of the six major battles which occurred within present Bexar County during the colonial period, the one fought near the Alazan Creek on June 20, 1813, remains  ...
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Resources along Alazán Creek - Westside Creeks Restoration Project
The Battle of Alazán Creek occurred on the banks of Alazán Creek on June 20, 1813 during the Mexican War of Independence between the Republican Army of  ...
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Battle of Alazan Creek - Anishinabe History
After defeating the Anglo-Americans and Spanish whites at the Battle of Rosillo Creek and capturing San Antonio, Anishinabe soldiers continued the war to ...
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Selected Essays from the 1986 and 1987 San Antonio Missions ...
Apr 24, 2011 ... The Battle of Medina was the biggest and bloodiest battle ever .... republican forces on Alazan Creek, about a half league northwest of Béxar.
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SAN ANTONIO, TX - Texas State Historical Association
San Antonio declared for Mexican independence in 1813; it was recaptured by Royalist forces after the battles of Alazán Creek and Medinaqv, and the ...
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Alazan Heights | Alamo Studies Forum
The problem is that Alazan Creek is NW of Bexar so a hill north of Alazan ... Further confusion: Wikipedia places the Battle of Alazan Creek ...
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Battle of Alazan Creek, Exhibition Center on Behance
Jul 26, 2012 ... An experience through time. A museum exhibition commemorating the battle of Alazan. The souls of the people who gave their lives here, rise, ...
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3.63 miles of Alazán Creek - Westside Creeks Restoration Project
The Battle of Alazán Creek occurred on the banks of Alazán Creek on June 20, ... spans approximately 17.5 square miles stretching from the University Health ...
Bexar County's Forgetton Battle of Alazan Creek
Of the six major battles which occurred within present Bexar County during the colonial period, the one fought near the Alazan Creek on June 20, 1813, remains  ...
Battle of Alazan Creek - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Battle of Alazan Creek, occurred on the banks of Alazan Creek in Coahuila y Tejas on June 20, 1813, during the Mexican War of Independence.
SAN ANTONIO, TX - Texas State Historical Association
... recaptured by Royalist forces after the battles of Alazán Creek and Medinaqv, .... the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, the Southwest ...
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Complete archive of Battle of Alazan Creek content on ESPN.com. ... story of a young woman's battle for her mental health and how her university responded.
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Creek; the Battle of Alazán site (near Alazán Creek, near Smith and. Buena Vista Streets) .... proximity like Our Lady of the Lake University”. • “Make connections ...
Restoration of creeks in Corps of Engineers' plans - San Antonio ...
Jul 6, 2012 ... Tentative proposals for Alazán, Apache and Martinez creeks will be ... last month in a meeting at neighboring Our Lady of the Lake University.
Battle of Medina - Texas Society, Sons of the American Revolution
198th Anniversary of the Bloodiest Battle in Texas History ... the former State Historian from Texas State University; Caroline Castillo Crimm, Ph.D., Sam Houston ...
San Antonio (Texas), Papers - University of Texas Libraries - The ...
University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History ... in 1813 but was recaptured by Royalist forces after the battles of Alazán Creek and Medina.
Celebrating Hispanic Culture - San Antonio Magazine - October ...
Battle of Alazan Creek, Oct. 12. After the Spanish were defeated by Americans and Hispanics in Texas more than 200 years ago, some of the Spanish troops ...
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A Twentieth Century History of Southwest Texas
A Twentieth Century History of Southwest Texas
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Battle of Alazan Creek. The revolutionists were aroused from their security and dissipation by the approach of another Spanish army, under Don Y. Elisondo. With fifteen hundred regular soldiers, he had surprised and killed a small outside  ...
The Battle of Peach Tree Creek: Hood's First Sortie, July 20, 1864
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Robert D. Jenkins Sr., 2014
A native of Mississippi, Robert D. Jenkins, Sr. grew up in Chamblee, Georgia where is first studied the Civil War as part of the fourth grade curriculum where he chose "War in Georgia" for a class project. He was hooked and has been at it ever since. A graduate of Georgia Southern (BBA) and Mercer University (JD), Jenkins is an attorney i...
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Passionate Nation: The Epic History of Texas
Passionate Nation: The Epic History of Texas
James L. Haley, 2006
A new royalist army of nine hundred under Colonel Ignacio Elizondo attempted to retake San Antonio late in June, but the Green Flag revolutionaries and remaining Americans defeated them soundly in a battle at Alazan Creek on June 20.
Passionate Nation: The Epic History of Texas
Passionate Nation: The Epic History of Texas
James L. Haley, 2009
Starred Review. Texas native Haley (Sam Houston: A Life) does an outstanding job of narrating the outsized and dramatic history of the Lone Star State. John Steinbeck observed, "Like most passionate nations, Texas has its own private history based on, but not limited by, facts." Cognizant of this, Haley takes pains to separate folklore fr...
Turning Adversity to Advantage: A History of the Lipan ...
Turning Adversity to Advantage: A History of the Lipan ...
Nancy McGown Minor, 2009
The Lipan Role in Royalist-Republican Battles in Texas, 1811-1813 The September 1810 grito (cry) for Mexican ... In a battle along Alazan Creek, just west of the Béxar presidio, the Republican rebels and their Lipan and Tonkawa allies were ...
Turning Adversity to Advantage: A History of the Lipan Apaches of Texas and Northern Mexico, 1700-1900
Turning Adversity to Advantage: A History of the Lipan Apaches of Texas and Northern Mexico, 1700-1900
Nancy McGown Minor, 2009
Turning Adversity to Advantage is the story of the Lipan Apaches, who are now one of the forgotten Indian tribes of Texas and northern Mexico, yet they were once one of the largest and most aggressive tribes of the Rio Grande region. They were as much a part of the landscape as mesquite trees or cactus and proved just as deadly to their enemies as ...
José Antonio Navarro: In Search of the American Dream in ...
José Antonio Navarro: In Search of the American Dream in ...
David R. McDonald, 2013
... than 1,800 Mexican troops, including the fugitives from the fight on Alazan Creek who, with the defeated Colonel Elizondo, ... Others, such as Ruiz, remained with Toledo.4O The two forces met on August 18, 1813, in a decisive battle that ...
The Texas Revolution: Tejano Heroes
The Texas Revolution: Tejano Heroes
2011
Retired from both the U.S. Army and the State Department Foreign Service, Sullivan lives in the Texas Hill Country where he writes about service experiences as well as historical studies of the Texas revolution and the American civil war. His latest is "The Texas Revolution: Tejano Heroes" about the little-known contributions to the revol...
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