General D. Antonio Lopez De Santa-Anna

General D. Antonio Lopez De Santa-Anna, president of the Republic of Mexico, c. 1847.

This Preservation Matters is part two of the September article “Frederick hosted tribunals following Second Seminole War.”

That installment concluded with Gen, Edmund Gaines’ reluctance to leave his Florida headquarters in the Second Seminole War in order to indulge in the “indolence” of the military inquiry and his objections to the date and location of the court in Frederick.

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