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Sam Houston

Sam Houston Historic School House
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About the School House   FAQ's about Sam Houston
Sam Houston by Bob Ellenwood, MPS
Presidential Ambitions   Houston's Spiritual Journey 
Chronology of Sam Houston 1793 - 1863
Quotes of Sam Houston    Legendary Giant    Houston the Emancipator
Houston and the Native Indian     Schoolmaster     Women in His Life

TENNESSEE HISTORY Classroom . Sam Houston: Man of Honor
Sam Houston Memorial Museum
Sam Houston, the Raven .  Sam Houston (1793-1863)



Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m. and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. (Closed Mondays)
Resident Manager, at (865) 983-1550.
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Facts about Sam Houston
Born, March 2, 1793, Rockbridge Co., Va.
Moved to Maryville, Tennessee in 1808, with his widowed mother, 5 brothers and 3 sisters.
In Tennessee he became:
A brave soldier and a U.S. Lieutenant.
A practicing attorney.
The Attorney General of the state.
A U.S. Congressman, two terms.
The Governor.
As a Texan Houston:
Practiced law.
Was Commander-In-Chief of the Army.
Liberated Texas from Mexican rule.
Served as the first President of the Republic (three terms).
Was instrumental in annexing Texas to the United States.
Served as a U.S. Senator for 14 years.
Died at Huntsville, Texas July 26, 1863.

Sam Houston, written by Kristie Susan McCarter, a 5th grade student from Porter Elementary School, Maryville, Tennessee... Her Site