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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Archeologists and historians still haven’t found the site of the Battle of Medina. Volunteers searched a site in Atascosa County last week-end looking for evidence of the bloodiest battle in Texas history, where a Spanish army under General José Joaquín de Arredondo defeated Tejano-American forces and put them to the sword, killing over one thousand. This is where a young General Santa Ana learned to give no quarter.
So it’s still out there, somewhere south of San Antonio. Now where’d I leave that metal detector?


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