Soon, 80-foot waves started crashing into the area of where the boat was sailing, Captain JP Lutz, Ben Tye, and Rudy Snel were all prepared to access the lower deck of the boat where they would be safe. The crew was just sailing into Saint-Tropez, France when the brutal storm started to throw apart the boat, leaving
Gregorio Esparza was born in San Antonio de Béxar his birth name was José Maria Esparza. He is known as a defender of the Alamo. He was born on February 25, 1802. Gregorio married Anna Salazar whom he had a daughter and three sons. All of Gregorio Esparza’s family was present during the siege of the Mexican Army but only one of his sons Enrique Esparza was one of the eyewitnesses to see his father’s death. During the siege Enrique hid in a pile of hay where he witnessed the death of his father. It is because of his son’s eyewitness account that we know about Gregorio Esparza’s heroic death and what he did for the State of Texas. From the information gathered from Enrique, we have come to find out that Gregorio Esparza was the only body not burned into pyres at the siege of the Alamo. The Mexican Army’s siege of the Alamo took place February 23, 1836- March 6, 1836.
Lorenzo was a man who did great things for Texas. He was also one of the men who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence. Lorenzo’s full name is Manuel Lorenzo Justiniano de Zavala Saenz. “ Zavala’s political experience and reputation made him an ideal ally for the Texas cause.” In his life Lorenzo was dedicated to fighting oppression. Lorenzo de Zavala was well known because of his early life, life accomplishments, and his death.
Juana Barraza is a serial killer in Mexico. She was born on December 27, 1958 in Hidalgo, Mexico. As a child she had a thought life. Her mother Justa Samperio an alcoholic woman would exchange her to a man called Jose Lugo for a couple of beer. Barraza was sexually abuse; as a result she became a mother at the age of 13. After the death of her mother Juana went by herself and had three more children. In addition to this, by 1990’s she was a professional wrestler named La Dama Del Silencio after her personality. Although she was obsess with wrestler she had to give it up because of an injury. By the same token, after she retired from wrestler, she went and looked for old ladies that lived alone. Barraza would present herself as a nurse or
Did you know that Sebastian Vizcaino named Monterey Bay California after the Spanish Viceroy conde de Monterey. Is Sebastian Vizcaino was born and extra min to Spain in 1548 he was born into a rich family emergency later and his life he became a Spanish merchant / adventure he is mainly famous for mapping out and naming many of the places along coastline but he is also famous for being named General of the manilla galleons.
Hernando De Alcorcon was a spanish navigator of the 16th century. He was born in Trujillo Extremadura. Alarcón 's mission was to provide supplies for Francisco Coronado 's expedition in search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola. They became first non-Indians to sight Alta California on September 5, 1540.
I was an early spanish explorer. I was born around 1500 southwestern castilian town of Gibraleon South. I left as an explorer to explorer the new world and find money while doing it. I joined a crew in 1527 as a captain in the expedition of panfilo de Narvaez. After the expedition was compelled to travel along the gulf coast in bad ships, one ship was placed under the joint command of Alonso Castillo Maldonado and Andrés Dorantes de Carranza. In about a month of sailing disaster struck and they lost one ship to the sea.
They began chatting and he seemed so friendly and non-threatning that even though she had her baby with her she agreed to go on a short drive with him to a nearby park.
A colonizer and statesman, Manuel Lorenzo Justiniano de Zavala was one of the most talented and capable of the many native Mexicans involved in Texas ' struggle for independence from Mexico. He was born in the villiage of Tecoh in what is now the state of Yucatan, Mexico, on October 3, 1789.
Bernardo de Galvez deserves recognition for shaping florida to be the way it is today.
Who is Angel Perez II? I am Angel Perez and this is my first year at California State University San Bernardino. But how did I get here? It has been a long journey throughout the years. I have had to face some tough adversity in my path. I finally made it though, despite all the setbacks, loses, and failures. I am a very unique one of a kind person you will never find someone else like me.
The fifth amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees, among other things, the right of any person accused of a crime to not testify against himself. This amendment has been a part of the U.S. Constitution since 1791. However, it was not until the 1960s that law enforcement were forced to really take this Constitutional Right seriously.
Juan Seguin was an important part to history. He was in three wars, he was a judge, and he served for rights, independence, and justice. Juan was was a happy man that died at the age of eighty-three and got happily married. Juan Seguin had one brother and one sister. Juan got his first horse on his twelfth birthday. Juan Seguin was an important person to Texas history in his early lifetime, he was also in three wars and served for Native rights.
Angel Gonzalez was an uneducated Hispanic man from Illinois who spoke little to know English. Him and another man were both accused of abducting a woman out of her apartment building and then raping her. Angel Gonzalez was convicted for a crime he didn’t commit because he signed a confession in English and he didn’t speak English; however due to the hard work of the innocence projects he was exonerated due to DNA evidence.
Delano comes across a beaten up ship, ripped sails, seems to be moving on its own. The ship may have been through a storm b/c of torn sails, acts like a ghost ship.