In 1835, David Crockett's political career crumbled and he left Tennessee in search of a new homestead in Texas. But signs of war with Mexico brought him to San Antonio de Bexar, where he died in a defiant determination to live up to his legend. This singular gesture outstripped everything his bureaucratic promoters did to extend his reputation for fearlessness and integrity, leaving the final and most decisive act of legend entirely his own.
Publisher: Lynn Paulo Foundation ISBN: 9780615170299 Number of pages: 275 Weight: 626 g Dimensions: 280 x 216 x 15 mm
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