1837, "Battle of Jacinto," H. Huntington, Jr.

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"Battle of Jacinto,"  from "A Geographical and Historical View of Texas," L.T. Pease, Hartford, 1837. The image shown is approximately  4 1/2" high by 7 3/4"  wide. This small copperplate engraving print shows Mexican and Texian troops arrayed against one another at the Battle of San Jacinto, horses, a cannon, dead soldiers and a dead dog. It is one of the very few works of art  existing which was printed contemporaneously with the events of our Declaration of Independence in 1836. Please note water stain in left corner. Paper is in excellent condition. The caption below the print states "Battle of Jacinto."

 
 

   

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