Sam Houston and the American Southwest Character Descriptions

Randolph B. Campbell
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Sam Houston

This character is the subject of the biography. He was an impatient youth who yearned for adventure and so he spent several years in Cherokee country.

David G. Burnet

This character, along with Sam Houston, was one of the fathers of Texas, and he was chosen to be interim president.

Chief Oo-loo-te-ka

This character was a Cherokee who Houston met with as a young man.

Congressman William Stanbery

This character wrote a newspaper article questioning the ethics of Sam Houston.

Andrew Jackson

This character was a military general and then president.

Santa Anna

This character was a military general who violently seized dictatorial power within Mexico.

John Calhoun

This character was a leading politician from South Carolina.

Margaret Houston

This character was the wife of Sam Houston.

James K. Polk

This character was a proponent of manifest destiny and expanding U.S. territory.

Abraham Lincoln

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