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Equestrian Portrait of General Santa Anna
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Equestrian Portrait of General Santa Anna / n.d. / Prints and Photographs Collection
Santa Anna was the central figure in the history of the early Mexican Republic. Vain and powerful, the self-styled "Napoleon of the West" became an object of both hatred and fascination in the United States.
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