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Greg Casaretto

Male. Lives in Galveston, Texas, United States. Born on January 13.
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Greg Casaretto
Happy National Siblings Day!!
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 9, 1836 - Santa Anna decides to take 500 grenadiers and riflemen & 50 mounted men and search from crossings furthers down (south) river... View More
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Wishing those who celebrate a Happy Eid al-Fitr.
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 8, 1836 – Santa Anna joins Sesma at Beason's Crossing. The cannonade and sniper fire has not dislodged Baker’s company of Texians. Mean... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 7, 1836 - Gen Antonio López de Santa Anna's army reaches San Felipe de Austin with Sesma & Tolsa and find the town in ashes. Texian Mos... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 6, 1836... View More
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Happy future First Contact Day!! (2063) "OOBY DOOBY, OOBY DOOBY, OOBY DOOBY, OOBY DOOBY DOO WAH DOO WAH DOO WAH DOO WAH....."
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 5, 1836 – US Army General Edmund P. Gaines (1777-1849), from his post in Natchez, Louisiana, warns the Native American populations in T... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 4, 1836 - General Antonio López de Santa Anna had taken to the field and caught up with Generals Tolsa and Ramírez y Sesma at the Colo... View More
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"Early morning, April 4 a shot rings out in the Memphis sky..." Today marks the 56th anniversary of the passing of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from an assassin's bullet. Dr. King was denied a CHL, n... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 3, 1836 - General Antonio López de Santa Anna considered returning to Mexico and allowing his generals to continue the fight against th... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 2, 1836 – The Texians continued training, while The Mexican army continued with their troop movements.... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Apr 1, 1836 – Sam Houston and the Texians continued to rest, and wait for the two cannons, known as the Twin Sisters, to arrive from Cincin... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. Mar 31, 1836 – General Sam Houston paused his men at Groce's Landing, roughly 15 miles north of San Felipe. Two companies that refused to r... View More
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Wishing all a Joyous Easter!
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. March 30, 1836 – General Sam Houston continued to avoid engagement, to the immense displeasure of his troops. By the end of March, the Texi... View More
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The Lone Star Republic -Don Gray, reporting from Harrisburg, Texas, March 30, 1836 PRESIDENT BURNET ISSUES PROCLAMATION TO ALL CITIZENS OF TEXAS ... View More
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From the "Traces of Texas" page on Facebook: "The Hill Country farm wife had to haul water, and she had to haul wood. Because there was no electricity, Hill Country stoves were wood stoves. The spre... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. March 29, 1836 – General Antonio López de Santa Anna finally departs San Antonio de Béxar and begins his march to the east. General Juan Jo... View More
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Today in Texas History On the trail to Texas independence. March 28, 1836 - General Urrea orders the burial of Fannin’s command in a massive grave outside the walls of La Bahia. He sends an official... View More
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