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Juan Antonio Padilla

Tall Tall Texan
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Betsy Bejarano

on 17 January 2013

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by Joshua Bejarano Juan Antonio Padilla Juan Padilla was born on 1792 in Coahuila, Mexico He died on August 6, 1839,
while on a business trip. Important Events He represented Stephen F. Austin and others on issues such as slavery and the homestead law. On August 1828 he was appointed general land commissioner. He served as secretary of state for Coahulia and Texas. He supported Anglo American colonization. Why is Juan Padilla important? He was an officer and part of the government. He helped capture the city of Victoria, TX. Things I admire about this person. He was part of the government of Coahulia and Texas. He was an officer of the calvary company in San Antonio. He got arrested and his citizenship was suspended on April 6, 1828. In April 1834 he had restored his citizenship. Date of Birth and Place of Birth
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