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 Texas : Features : Columns : "Moore Texas" Cartoons :

"MOORE TEXAS"

Cartoon by Roger T. Moore

March 14, 2006
March 1836 Santa Anna cartoon
March 1836, Santa Anna sends a flyer to colonists saying "not even a bird will cross the Sabine unchallenged."
Copyright 2006 Roger T. Moore

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