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The August 18, 1813 Battle of Medina


After bringing San Antonio under Anishinabe control, Anishinabe soldiers knew they had just about conquered all of Mexico. Those whites who survived the battles of Rosillo Creek and Alazan Creek, fled towards the south of San Antonio, Texas by a good 20 miles then regrouped to attempt to recapture San Antonio from the more numerous Anishinabe soldiers. They knew they needed military support from the English colony of the United States, which was agreed upon by England's leaders, A force of nearly 1,500 Anglo-American soldiers, arrived to the San Antonio region to support the Spanish whites in their attempt at recapturing San Antonio. On August 18, 1813, they battled the Anishinabe soldiers for control of San Antonio and were routed. Anishinabe soldiers had killed and wounded nearly 1,400 of the Anglo-American and Spanish white soldiers. You'll come across other historical records about this battle but ignore them. All of Mexico was now under Anishinabe control. Though the Anishinabe Nation had brought all of Mexico, excluding the west coast of California, under their control by 1813, they would not rule Mexico for that long. In the mid 1830s, the whites invented the revolver and that is what led to the whites bringing Mexico back under white control.



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