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Greg Casaretto

Male. Lives in Galveston, Texas, United States. Born on January 13.
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Today in Texas History Cynthia Ann Parker On this day in 1836, a large force of Comanche warriors, accompanied by Kiowa and Kichai allies, attacked Fort Parker, located on the headwaters of the Nava... View More
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Today is Armed Forces Day!!! HOOAH!! For ALL who served, a grateful nation thanks you...
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Today in Texas History Basically, the end of the trail... Treaties of Velasco Signed... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. May 07, 1836 – While I find no concrete evidence for this, it was rumored that General Antonio López de Santa Anna was paraded through Galv... View More
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Today in Texas History A bit of a departure. For the next few days, other notable events will be highlighted. Not much is happening with the revolution other than more Houston/Burnet/Santa Anna negot... View More
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Today in Texas History Not much is happening. Mexican troops are moving south, the business of Texas is being handled by the interim government in Galveston, Sam Houston is healing from his ankle wou... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 29, 1836 - General José de Urrea still urged General Vicente Filisola, now the senior representative of the Mexican army, to continue t... View More
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Wishing Willie Nelson a Very Happy 91st Birthday. A true Texas treasure.
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 28, 1836 - Retreating Mexican army crosses the Colorado River at the AtasCósito Crossing near present-date Columbus, Texas. Because of ... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 27, 1836 - General Vicente Filisola and his remaining troops continue their journey back to Mexico. From the battleground, they would h... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 26, 1836 – General Antonio López de Santa Anna and the Mexican army are being held prisoner near Lynchburg. General Sam Houston sends t... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 25, 1836 - All Mexican troops in Texas (2,573 men) assemble at Elizabeth Powell's Tavern near Old Fort, including General José de Urrea... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 24, 1836 – Today was a day of rest for that portion of the Mexican Army that was defeated at San Jacinto. Generals José de Urrea and Vi... View More
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Today in Texas History (Thankfully short.) On the trail to Texas independence. ... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. (Yet another long one.) Apr 22, 1836 - Don Miguel Aguirre, the captain of the Tampico Regiment that was acting as General Santa Anna’s gua... View More
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Happy San Jacinto Day!!
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. (Another really long one) ... View More
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This is a long one. Maybe consider grabbing a cup of coffee first. Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence.... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 19, 1836 - General Antonio López de Santa Anna is still at New Washington. He sent Captain Miguel Barragan with some dragoons to check ... View More
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