3 edition of papers of Lieutenant Colonel José Enrique de la Peña found in the catalog.
papers of Lieutenant Colonel José Enrique de la Peña
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Vol. 2 has subtitle: The last of his appendixes.
|Statement||translation, introduction & notes by Roger Borroel.|
|LC Classifications||F390 .P32 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0962472727, 0962472751|
|LC Control Number||97060773|
Cecil says de La Pena wouldn't have known what David Crockett looked like. My thought is that Crockett was a pretty "big-time celebrity,"--nationally-known frotiersman, humorist, Congressman, "author" (with a ghost writer, of course) etc., and had such distinctive long, bony facial features that he was probably identifiable on sight to many. Pena Family History | Find Genealogy Records & Family Crest Pena Genealogy & History. Pe a is a Spanish and Portuguese surname, from the Latin penna, meaning a prominent rock or, more commonly, a fortress, of which the Romans built many wherever they conquered to make sure the place would stay under Roman rule.
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Mexican Lt. Col. José Enrique de la Peña witnessed the Battle of the Alamo and documented it in a page field diary during the Texas campaign. After the war, he wrote a page narrative based on his field diary and reports from his fellow officers. The narrative was not published until and not translated into English until.
Get this from a library. The papers of Lieutenant Colonel José Enrique de la Peña: selected appendixes from his diary, [José Enrique de la Peña; Roger Borroel]. Jose Enrique de la Peña () was a colonel in the Mexican Army.
Under General Antonio López de Santa Anna, de la Peña participated in the Battle of the Alamo. Ina book of his memoirs of the battle was published. The memoirs are controversial in that they said that Davy Crockett did not die fighting (as is the common belief), but instead surrendered (along with his Tennessee.
De la Peña's diary is highly critical of Santa Anna's tactical abilities and leadership. From the description of Reseña y diario de la campaña de Texas por Colonel José Enrique de la Peña, papers [microform].
(University of Texas at San Antonio). WorldCat record id: The concordance of Lieutenant Colonel José Enrique de la Peña's diary and appendixes: A comparative critical analysis [Borroel, Roger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The concordance of Lieutenant Colonel José Enrique de la Peña's diary Author: Roger Borroel. The Papers of Lieutenant Colonel Jose Enrique de La Pe~na: Selected Appendixes from His Diary, avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5(3).
José Enrique de la Peña narrative, Military records: Lt. Col. Nicolás de la Portilla note on Texas campaign, Ma (Copia de un apunte suelto de la Campaña de Tejas, que principia en 18 de Mazo dey no se trasladó al diario general por haberse estrabiado).
José Enrique de la Peña’s diary, which included his account of the battle of the Alamo, was published in under the title La Rebelión de Texas. Courtesy Dolph Briscoe Center for American History and included in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C.
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De la Peña Diary Paper Authenticated By Carmen Danini, EXPRESS-NEWS STAFF WRITER © San Antonio Express-News. Analysts have authenticated the age of the paper used by a Mexican army officer to pen his account of the fall of the Alamo, but even more relevant for defenders of the controversial document is that the paper was available in northern Mexico at the time, a historian said.
José Enrique de la Peña and His Narrative Few documents from the American past have had as fascinating, mysterious, and controversial a history as the page memoir written by Lt.
Col. José Enrique de la Peña, a Mexican army officer who in served under the command of Gen. Antonio López de Santa Anna in Texas. Lieutenant Colonel Jose Enrique de la Pena.
Colonel de la Pena was one of the most interesting “personalities” of the Battle of the Alamo, because he took part in the battle and wrote a record of it. Contained in his record was the first report of the execution of the few survivors of the siege (which may have included Davy Crockett).
José Enrique de la Peña,With Santa Anna in Texas: A Personal Narrative of the Revolution by José Enrique de la Peña, ed. and trans. Carmen Perry (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, s), ; Crisp, The Little Book That Wasn't There," For this presentation I have used a combination of the Perry translation and the.
Lieutenant Colonel Jose Enrique de la Pena. CODE: RTA Much controversy surrounds the authenticity of de la Pena’s book however the majority of Alamo experts are convinced that it is genuine. Our figure shows de la Pena in the uniform of an officer of the Toluca Battalion making notes in his journal as he observes the besieged mission.
Colonel de la Pena was one of the most interesting “personalities” of the Battle of the Alamo because he took part in the battle and wrote a record of it. Contained in his record was the first report of the execution of the few survivors of the siege (which may have included Davy Crockett).
Last Known Activity. DE LA PENA Lt. Col. (ret) Miguel (Mike) de la Peña went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sep. 16, at the age of He is now at peace next to his beloved Ruby who died in Miguel, an American warrior and U.
Army Special Forces (S.F.) soldier, was born on Feb. 17, in San Antonio, TX and was very proud of his heritage and country. José Enrique De La Peña Jose Enrique de la Peña (–) was a colonel in the Mexican Army. Under General Antonio López de Santa Anna, de la Peña participated in the Battle of the Alamo.
Ina controversial book of his memoirs of the battle was published. Puerto Rico genealogy with a goal to orienting others with their own search of their Puerto Rican ancestry.
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Peña's diary of the Aguayo expedition. [S.l.]: Distributed under the auspices of the Texas Knights of Columbus Historical Commission, © (OCoLC) Named Person: José de Azlor y Virto de Vera Aguayo, marqués de; José de Azlor y Virto de Vera Aguayo, marqués de: Document Type: Book: All Authors.
José Enrique de la Peña Label from public data source Wikidata; Peña, José Enrique de la, or ; Peña, José Enrique de la, or 2; Earlier Established Forms. Peña, José Enrique de la, or 2. Sources. found: Defense of a legend, CIP galley (José Enrique de la Peña).The Texas Revolution and the Narrative of José Enrique de la Peña," showcases examples from the Center's archival collections relating to the history of the Texas Revolution.
Items included in this online exhibit are the Dolph and Janey Briscoe Alamo Daguerreotype, which is the earliest datable photograph taken in Texas; the battle plan at.
Jose Felipe de La Pena will be a name that you will run into many times if you are researching the families of Ciudad Guerrero/Revilla, Mier, or Zapata county. His legacy to this areas genealogy research is immense with 20 books. He was an active genealogist and honored with the title of “Hidalgo” by the [ ].