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In February of 1813, Spanish Royalist forces under Texas Gov. Manuel Salcedo stormed the Republicans besieged in Goliad – and were resoundingly repulsed. The Republicans broke out of Goliad and pursued the Royalists all the way back to San Antonio, where Salcedo and José Bernardo Gutiérrez de Lara met in one final battle.
We finally lay our hands on maps from the early 1800s that might tell us where contemporaries believed that the Battle of Medina took place.