Hispanic Texas History – Juan Seguín

Hispanic Texan Heroes

Col. Juan SeguínHero of the Texas Revolution
Col. Juan Seguín
Hero of the Texas Revolution
Democrat Latinos unaware of their true history follow the mendacious fiction of Maria del Rosario Castro, the mother of San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro. She said of the defenders of the Alamo they werea bunch of drunks and crooks and slaveholding imperialists who conquered land that didn’t belong to them.”Saber es poder, amigos. Knowledge is power, my friends. Learn the true history of Hispanic heroes of the Texas Revolution.

Hispanic Texan Patriots in the Struggle for Independence

How many of you ever heard of Colonel Juan Nepemucene Seguin? Does his name sound familiar? It ought to: yes, the city of Seguin, Texas was named for this hero of the Texas revolution. Excerpt from Texas history:

“On May 30, 1836, General Thomas Jefferson Rusk, who had assumed command of the Republic’s army in the absence the wounded Houston, authorized Sequin “to recruit for the service of Texas a Battalion of men in whom you can place confidence not to exceed in number 112 men rank and file for the purpose of being stationed in Bexar.””

“As a proportion of the population, the active participation of Hispanic native and immigrant residents in the struggle for independence of Texas from Spain and Mexico was equal to or greater in specific battles than that of resident immigrants from the United States of the North” – Don Guillermo, historian, Sons of DeWitt Colony Texas

Learn more about Texas Hispanic revolutionary hero and former mayor of San Antonio, Texas from Texas State Archives: Juan Nepomuceno Seguín.

As it is written, you shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free.

Personal To Present Mayor of San Antoniom Julian Castro
Accurate and reliable Texas history is available to you, Julian. You don’t have to live under your mama’s lies. Learn Hispanic Tejano historry and you’ll become proud to be a Texan.

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