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Who was the leader for Texas in the Texas Revolution?

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2010-08-26 03:46:49
2010-08-26 03:46:49

There were several, Sam Houston, Erasmo Seguin and Juan Seguin, Thomas J. Rusk, Jose Antonio Navarro, Stephen F. Austin, Salvador Flores and Manuel N. Flores, David G. Burnet, Lorenzo de Zavala, Ben Milam and more...

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