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Talk:Battle of Coleto Creek

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 Definition A series of events during the War of Texan Independence, in Goliad County around 19-20 March 1836, leading to a Texan defeat and the killing of many of the Texan prisoners [d] [e]


Thinking about it, back when I was a callow youth in military school in San Antonio, our Texas History textbooks tended to refer to this engagement, and the later massacre, as the Battle of Goliad. Any thoughts on terminology? Howard C. Berkowitz 16:47, 7 April 2009 (UTC)