Samuel (Sam) Houston
Document Signed



Sam Houston 1793-1863 - American soldier and political leader.  Best known for his role as commander in chief of the forces of the Texan provisional government, which defeated Mexican troops under Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto (April 21, 1836).  As a result, he became the first President of the Republic of Texas (1836-38), and served as the first U.S. Senator for Texas (1846-59) when it was admitted into the Union.

Document Signed as Governor of Tennessee dated 11/10/1828.  A land grant of one hundred acres to Peter R. Rison.  Signed boldly (6" inch signature) by Houston

Conservation frame with period engraving.


Samuel Houston

Document Type:

Document Signed

Framed Dimensions:

 25 1/2" L x 24" H



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