University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Pedro de Ampudia Letter, 1836



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Ampudia, Pedro de
Title: Pedro de Ampudia Letter
Dates: 1836
Abstract: Pedro de Ampudia, 1803-1868, Mexican military officer, fought in the Texas Revolution and the Mexican War. Letter from Ampudia, May 2, 1836, commander of retreating Mexican forces, to Erasmo Sequin, with reply May 3, from Juan Sequin, advance commander of the Texas forces.
Extent: 1 item
Language: Materials are written in Spanish.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Pedro de Ampudia, 1803-1868, Mexican military officer, fought in the Texas Revolution and the Mexican War.


Scope and Contents

Letter from Ampudia, May 2, 1836, commander of retreating Mexican forces, to Erasmo Sequin, with reply May 3, from Juan Sequin, advance commander of the Texas forces. Ampudia's letter informs Erasmo Sequin that he is unaware of any slaves or stolen property nearby. Juan Sequin's reply assures that the Mexicans will not be attacked.


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Index Terms

Subjects
Ampudia, Pedro de--Archives.
Seguin, Erasmo, 1782-1857.
Mexico--History--1821-1861--Sources.
Texas--History--Revolution, 1835-1836--Sources.
Seguin, Juan Nepomuceno, 1806-1890.

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Pedro de Ampudia Letter, 1836, Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.


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3K1 Letter, 1836