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Texans Plotted Indian-Mexican Conflict In the days of the Texas Republic, a daring covert military scheme by the president's men could flop without a blush. A plot by Texans to pit Indian warriors against Mexico during a time of putative peace has surfaced. The scheme was revealed in a letter from Thomas Jefferson Rusk to Sam Houston. The newly published lettermarked "private and confidential"appears in Most Excellent Sir, a collection of letters to President Houston, edited by historian James L.
But these apparently were lost forever. Luckily, about 1,000 handbill versions of the Declaration of Independence were printed in San Felipe (Austin County). But, these were not fair copies. To some people they were downright unfair. The defective handbills omitted the names of nine of the fifty-nine signers. , where Texans were seeking statehood or at least formal recognition of their republic. Colonizer Stephen F. S. recognition for his baby republic, when on June 10, 1836, he wrote to David G.
On the north battery of the fortress lay the lifeless body of Col. Travis.... Toward the west ... we found the body of Col. Crockett. Col. " Saldigua offers similar testimony. " The general "was then conducted to the body of [Crockett]. This man lay with his face upward; and his body was covered by many Mexicans who had fallen upon him. His face was florid, like that of a living man; and he looked like a healthy man asleep. " Saldigua's testimony, like Ruiz's, states that Crockett was already dead when Santa Anna first laid eyes on him, rendering de la Pena's story implausible.