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Dec 14, 2020 - Genaro García Collection
Anonymous / Anónimo; Torres, Vicente G. (publisher / editorial), 2020, "¡Muera el Tirano!, 1844 Octubre 12", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/8G56LI, Texas Data Repository, V1
This article calls for the death of General Antonio López de Santa Anna. The anonymous author argues that Santa Anna is a tyrant because he made political decisions in favor of his wealth. The first page contains a quote from José Joaquín de Mora's poem “Don Opas,” at the top rig...
Dec 14, 2020 - Genaro García Collection
Anonymous / Anónimo; Imprenta de Juan N. Del Valle (publisher / editorial), 2020, "Proceso del General Santa-Anna, 1845 Marzo 04", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/WWFZYI, Texas Data Repository, V1
This circular informs that Santa Anna fell prisoner in the town of Xico, and was then imprisoned in the fortress of Perote. It articulates how Mexico suffered cruelty under Santa Anna’s rule. It states that Mexico will remember “all the immense evils this fatal man has flooded th...
Dec 14, 2020 - Genaro García Collection
Anonymous / Anónimo, 2020, ""El déspota Santa-Anna ante los veteranos de la Independencia," 1844 Diciembre 09", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/U71QSD, Texas Data Repository, V1
The author of this notice disparages the military and political career of Santa Anna. The notice states that Santa Anna "presumed himself the Napoleon of the New World." It highlights the "hideous scenes" of Santa Anna's campaign during the Texas Revolution, noting that he acted...
Sep 23, 2020 - Rare Books and Maps Collections
Anonymous / Anónimo; Fernández de Lizardi, José Joaquín, 1776-1827; Dunbar, Gary Leo (translator / traductor); Ontiveros (publisher / editorial), 2020, "Carta de los indios de Tontonapeque al Pensador Mejicano, 1820 Diciembre 20", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/GHYEYI, Texas Data Repository, V1
Anonymous letter under the name of "the Indigenous people of Tontonapeque" to the "Mexican Thinker" regarding the abolition of Indigenous personal service. It includes a possibly fictional interaction between the Indigenous people and a priest on the matter. They also express sho...
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