One Last Tack to Immortality

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Historical Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
This story is a fictional interaction of real people who fought and died in the Texas Revolution during the Goliad Campaign in March 25, 1843. The Goliad Campaign was a series of battles, which led to the Goliad Massacre. Troops from Mexico defeated the Texian forces during a run of different battles ending with the Black Bean Episode. Prisoners drew lots of white and black beans, black meant death. Seventeen prisoners were executed. The story opens with to of Fanning's foreign volunteer interacting on ship before landing in Texas.

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One Last Tack to Immortality

Submitted: May 14, 2008

This story is a fictional interaction of real people who fought and died in the Texas Revolution during the Goliad Campaign in March 25, 1843. The Goliad Campaign was a series of battles, which led to the Goliad Massacre. Troops from Mexico defeated the Texian forces during a run of different battles ending with the Black Bean Episode. Prisoners drew lots of white and black beans, black meant death. Seventeen prisoners were executed. The story opens with to of Fanning's foreign volunteer interacting on ship before landing in Texas.



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