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  • Author:
    Don Collins,William R. Chemerka
  • ISBN:
    1933979798
  • ISBN13:
    978-1933979793
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  • Publisher:
    Bright Sky Press (April 1, 2012)
  • Pages:
    64 pages
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Author William R. Pages 64. Year of production 2012. Despite having been forced to flee to Mexico and die in obscurity, Tejano Juan Seguin is now recognized as a Texas hero. From his family’s early support of settlers such as Stephen F. Austin to his years in the Texas Senate and as mayor of Bexar, this biography celebrates the life of Juan Seguin and his heroic efforts in securing Texas’s independence. As chief administrator of the San Antonio district, Juan was an outspoken critic of Mexican President Santa Anna and a vocal champion of the Texans’ demand for greater self-government.

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Upon Juan Seguin's return to Texas he was once again put into political office. Juan Seguin wanted a united Texas

Upon Juan Seguin's return to Texas he was once again put into political office. He was elected Justice of the Peace, Mayor of San Antonio and as member of the Senate of the Republic of Texas. He became the first Chairman of the Democratic Party. Juan Seguin wanted a united Texas. He urged for bilingual publications and that all children would learn both English and Spanish in school. The people of the city of Walnut Springs voted to rename the town after a revolutionary hero that gave them Texas and their freedom

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Despite having been forced to flee to Mexico and die in obscurity, Tejano Juan Seguin is now recognized as a Texas hero. From his family's early support of settlers such as Stephen F. Austin to his years in the Texas Senate and as mayor of Bexar, this biography celebrates the life of Juan Seguin and his heroic efforts in securing Texas's independence. When the fight for a separate state began, Juan recruited a company of Mexican ranchers and joined the Texans in battle. Despite having ultimately risen to lieutenant colonel after the Battle of San Jacinto and his three-term service in the Texas Senate, American newcomers to San Antonio-who held themselves above the native families-branded him a Mexican sympathizer and, fearing for his life, he fled to Mexico. This complete biography not only tells of an extraordinary Texas hero, but also inspires children to go beyond societal expectations to fight for their beliefs.