This is absolutely outstanding Texas home or office decor!
The faux leather framed print of the Texas Declaration of Independence is from an original photograph which has been digitally corrected for clarity.
The outer dimensions of the frame are 23" x 27"
This is one of our most popular framed prints for companies and corporations for their Executive Offices and Boardrooms.
This will be shipped in a very large box via FedEx. If you have a business address we can send it to, FedEx Ground is signicantly less expensive.
The Texas Declaration of Independence
(March 2, 1836)
The Texas Declaration of Independence was produced, literally, overnight. Its urgency was paramount, because while it was being prepared, the Alamo in San Antonio was under seige by Santa Anna's army of Mexico.
Immediately upon the assemblage of the Convention of 1836on March 1, a committee of five of its delegates were appointed to draft the document. The committee, consisting of George C. Childress, Edward Conrad, James Gaines, Bailey Hardeman, and Collin McKinney, prepared the declaration in record time. It was briefly reviewed, then adopted by the delegates of the convention the following day.
The document parallels somewhat that of the United States, signed almost sixty years earlier. It contains statements on the function and responsibility of government, followed by a list of grievances. Finally, it concludes by declaring Texas a free and independent republic.