THE ROAD TO SAN JACINTO by J. Frank Davis

THE ROAD TO SAN JACINTO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another Texas book -- the centenary has produced a flock of them. This is an historical romance, more substantial than most, with military and political details which should have special appeal for men. The story of Texas' battle for freedom from Mexico in the 1930's, with an intimate picture of doughty Sam Houston. Against this background is told the story of the romance between Lyle of Georgia, and Ruth, a Quaker.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1936
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill