Mexican Nationalism

Mexican Nationalism
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  • Philip Nolan is forced out
  • You can't make me leave! I'm taming these horses!
  • Filthy traitor. Out!
  • Nolan returns with 30 men and well...
  • DId you see that?! They just shot him! Attack!
  • #🐎
  • The Gutierrez-Magee Expedition
  • He is suspected of mapping the area in an attempt to help the U.S. take it. Nolan does not respond well to this.
  • El Grito de Dolores
  • Muerte a un gobierno malo! ¡Muerte a los Gachupines!
  • Erm. You can see how that turned out...
  • James Long
  • This can't end well. 
  • Huh. So that's what happens when you travel yo Nacogdoches, claim independence of Texas with your small group of men, and then start a battle (Battle of Medina). Duly noted.
  • Jean Lafitte
  • Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, Father Hidalgo, gives his speech the "Cry of Dolores." He urges the people to stand up against the oppressive Spanish monarchy. This marks the beginning of the Mexican War of Independence.
  • James Long imprisoned in a prison in Mexico City. The thought bubble spells out his fate entirely, as he was shot and killed soon after. He had been involved in the Battle of New Orleans. He participated in Mexican Independence and tried to seek help from Jean Lafitte, to no avail. His wife, Jane Long. was left alone in Galveston with their kids after his death.
  • Even in 2017, I'm not risking making a character of this dude and a funny joke to go along with it. I don't need any bad ghost mojo or anything. Jean Lafitte was a pirate headquartered in Galveston. He claimed to be helping Mexico, but really he just wanted Spanish loot. It sounds pretty smart, to be honest.
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