Incidents in the Life of Juan Seguin (1806-1890)
Juan Seguin was a family man, a soldier, a politician, a businessman, a judge, a Mexican, a Tejano, and a Texan, among many other identities and roles. During his lifetime, the small Mexican settlement near the presidio of San Antonio de Béxar grew into a bustling Texas city, and he was an integral part of the Texas Revolution from Mexico.
To learn more about him in the powerful prose of Bill Neeley, see the articles below.
- "General Stephen F. Austin and Captain Juan Seguin: A Personal Relationship"
- "Alamo Messenger"
- "Captain Juan N. Seguin and the Runaway Scrape"
- "Battle of San Jacinto"
- "Seguin and the Alamo: A Loss and a Win"
- "Burial of Alamo Heroes"
- "Senator Juan N. Seguin"
- "Santa Anna's Revenge"
- "Juan Seguin's Diplomacy between Texas and Mexico"
- "Home is Where the Heart Is: Nuevo Laredo, Coahuila"