Sam Houston Print William Henry Huddle

$36

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Show your Texas pride with this Sam Houston print, a photographic art reproduction of a painting by William Henry Huddle (1886). The original oil on canvas artwork is displayed in a place of honor at the Texas State Capitol building and is part of our Texas history art collection.

This open Texas art print measures roughly 17 1/2 W x 21 H in inches. We also offer this Sam Houston artwork print in two framed options using our chocolate and gold beaded frame (unmatted or matted where we select the mat color for best overall design).

Timeline of Sam Houston

  • 1793 – Born in Virginia
  • 1807 – father died / moved to Tennessee
  • 1810 – named “the raven” by Cherokee Nation
  • 1812 – was a school teacher
  • 1813 – US Army third lieutenant War of 1812
  • 1818 – Tennessee lawyer and Attorney General
  • 1822 – US Representative for Tennessee
  • 1827 – Tennessee Governor
  • 1829 – marries Eliza Allen
  • 1830 – marries Tiana aka Diana Rodgers
  • 1832 – Houston on trial twice
  • 1832 – emigrated to Texas
  • 1835 – Major General Texas Army
  • 1836 – Battle of the Alamo (not there)
  • 1836 – Commander in Chief of the Texas Army
    Battle of San Jacinto / (Remember the Alamo)
  • 1836 – Texas Declaration of Independence
  • 1836 – Settlement of Houston named in his honor
  • 1836 – President of the Republic of Texas
  • 1839 – Texas House of Representatives
  • 1840 – marries Margaret Moffette Lea
  • 1841 – 2nd term President Republic of Texas
  • 1845 – Texas becomes US state
  • 1846 – US Senator
  • 1846 – Mexican-American War
  • 1859 – Texas Governor
  • 1861 – Texas joins Confederacy
  • 1861 – refuses Confederate oath of loyalty
  • 1863 – dies in Texas
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Print Ships in Two Days / 5 to 10 Days for Framed

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Item Number

sam-houston-print