Commanding general of the Texas Revolution, first elected president of the Republic of Texas, architect of annexation, United States senator, and governor of Texas on the eve of the Civil War.
Sam Houston remains a larger-than-life figure in Texas and American history with a career that spanned the Texas Revolution, the Republic of Texas, annexation and early statehood, and the state's secession from the Union in 1861. Sam Houston: A Texas Icon traces the life and career of Houston from his boyhood in Virginia and Tennessee through his retirement and eventual passing in Huntsville, Texas. Panel topics include:
Sam Houston: A Texas Icon features sixteen panels with engaging text and dynamic works of art, photographs, and historical documents.
|Content||8 double-sided panels|
|Space Requirements||18 linear feet of floor space|
|Shipping Weight and Dimensions||Travels in one plastic case:|
|Rental Period||4 weeks|
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