THE MEN OF GONZALES by John H. Culp

THE MEN OF GONZALES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Told from the viewpoint of the young boy, Juan, half-Mexican, half Yankee, this is the story of the Alamo and the thirty-two determined men of Gonzales, who in an act of loyalty which is fatal, advance toward the fort. This is a brief and eloquent depiction of the land and the times at a period of great American crisis, a fortunate blend of history and fiction.

Pub Date: Feb. 24th, 1960
Publisher: Morrow-Sloane