Goliad Declaration Flag - December 1835
The Bloody Arm of Defiance
Months before independence was declared at Washington-on-the-Brazos, Captain Philip Dimmitt's men, along with the citizens of Goliad, drew up their own Declaration of Independence from Mexico.
It was signed at Presidio la Bahia on the altar of the chapel of Our Lady of Loreto. This is the flag they raised outside the chapel in celebration and defiance, heavy on the latter. They had previously rechristened the presidio as Fort Defiance.
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