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Greg Casaretto

Male. Lives in Galveston, Texas, United States. Born on January 13.
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Greg Casaretto
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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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 18, 1836 - General Antonio López de Santa Anna arrives at New Washington/Morgan’s Point about noon. General don Adrián Woll arrived at ... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 17, 1836 - After putting the town to the torch, Santa Anna left Harrisburg at 3 p.m. for New Washington. After a difficult crossing ove... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 16, 1836 - After an all night march, the Mexican foot soldiers with Santa Anna’s company straggled into Harrisburg all day long. Almont... View More
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Today marks 77 years since one of the most horrendous occurrences in Texas and U.S. history - The Texas City Disaster. "The Texas City disaster was an industrial accident that occurred April 16, 1947... View More
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Today in US History The 159th anniversary of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. (1865) The 112th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. (1912)... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence Apr 15, 1836 - Santa Anna reached William Stafford's plantation by noon and feasted until mid-afternoon. They burned to plantation and force... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 14, 1836 - Santa Anna, only 30 miles up the Brazos River from Harrisburg, learned that President Burnet and his advisors were there. He... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 13, 1836 - Gen. Sesma joined Santa Anna at Old Fort from San Felipe. Sesma arrived. SA learns that the Texan government is at Harrisbur... View More
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Today in U.S. History At 4:30 a.m. on April 12, 1861, Confederate troops fired on Fort Sumter in South Carolina's Charleston Harbor. Less than 34 hours later, Union forces surrendered. Traditionally,... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 12, 1836 – President David G. Burnet and his cabinet barely escape the arriving Mexican army. Colonel Juan Almonte decides not to shoot... View More
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Happy National Pet Day!!
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 11, 1836 - Santa Anna found a crossing of the Brazos at Old Fort. It is called the Lower or Thompson’s Crossing. General Almonte spoke ... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 10, 1836 – General Antonio López de Santa Anna traveling south along the west bank of the Brazos River trying to find a crossing. He st... View More
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