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San Jacinto Museum of History

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1 Monument Cir La Porte TX 77571
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(281) 479-2421
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Learn about the "kings of the wild frontier" in these archives. After visiting the San Jacinto Battleground where an independent Texas was born, step inside to discover the details of the famous battle. The tribute to all of those who lived, fought and died for independence, traces the regional past from the Native Americans who witnessed the landing of Hernando Cortes to the westward movement...

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Alfred Finn, a Houston architect, designed this 570-foot-tall monument, which rises over the site (in nearby La Porte) where Sam Houston triumphed over General Antonio López de Santa Anna in the final battle of the Texas Revolution of 1836. The cenotaph, built between 1936 and 1939, is made of concrete and 100-million-year-old Cordova shellstone quarried north of Austin. At its top rests a...

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A very nice surprise. I was impressed by the amount of room inside and the knowledge of the staff - make sure you take the ride up and ask the operator some questions.

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Being a longtime Houstonian and lifelong Texan, we have a lot of pride in our history since few other states can claim that they were an independent nation prior to joining the Union. This…

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San Jacinto Museum of History can be found at 1 Monument Cir . The following is offered: Theater. The entry is present with us since Sep 10, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Deer Park there are 1 other Theater. An overview can be found here.

Learn about the “kings of the wild frontier” in these archives. After visiting the San Jacinto Battleground where an independent Texas was born, step inside to discover the details of the famous battle. The tribute to all of those who lived, fought and died for independence, traces the regional past from the Native Americans who witnessed the landing of Hernando Cortés to the westward movement...

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