The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 13, July 1909 - April, 1910 Page: 329
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Book Notices. 329
period she married Andres Quintana Roos, a prominent revolution-
ist. With him she was pardoned by the Spanish government in
1819, but she and Roos remained Liberals at heart and after in-
dependence from Spain was accomplished they again got into
trouble through their opposition to the tyrannical administration.
of President Bustamante. Leona's influence in recruiting power-
ful insurgents and her material services during the revolution were
deeply appreciated by her countrymen, and the legislature of
Coahuila and Texas honored her, in 1827 by changing the name
of the capital, Saltillo, to Leona Vicario. She died in 1842. Iu
following the life of his heroine Sefior Garcia gives a rapid, bui t
useful sketch of the revolution. The present volume is one of an
edition of three hundred copies for private distribution, and is
beautifully printed and illustrated. E. C. B.
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