Victor Blanco Holographic Document Signed. One page, 8.5" x 6", Monclova, Coahuilia, November 13, 1841. Near fine. Blanco, a Mexican official and Texas legislator, was brother-in-law of Ramón Músquiz and a citizen of Monclova. He represented his state as alternate deputy of the provincial deputation on September 8, 1823. Blanco was governor of the state of Coahuila and Texas from May 30, 1826, to January 27, 1827, during which time he suppressed the Fredonian Rebellion of 1826. On July 4, 1827, Blanco was elected the first vice governor under the Constitution of Coahuila and Texas. He represented the state as a senator in the Mexican Congress from 1833 to 1835 and was reelected to the same office in 1835. In the legislature he opposed Stephen F. Austin's request that Texas be separated from Coahuila. In 1841 Blanco was in Monclova engaged in warfare with Indians. He later participated in the Mexican War. From the Taking of Texas Collection.

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