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The Texas Army. The State of Texas Official 1836 Ceremonial and Reenactment Group.
Battle of San Jacinto iPhone and iPad application JoSara MeDia, in partnership with the Texas State Historical Association developed a new multimedia enhanced application on The Battle of San Jacinto. Works on your iPhone or your iPad and available from the App Store.
Houston Archeological Society.
Texas Archeological Society.
San Jacinto Museum of History This is the official site for the museum with a treasure of information. Get a Lone Star view from the webcam atop the country's tallest war memorial.
Presidio La Bahia, Goliad Texas. Presidio Nuestra Senora De Loreto De La Bahia.
The Portal to Texas History The Portal is a gateway to Texas history materials. You may discover anything from an ancestor's picture in a college yearbook to a rare historical map.
Texas State Historical Association a Digital Gateway to Texas History. Learn about the Texas Almanac, the Southwestern Historical Quarterly and a substantial amount of education materials and opportunities.
Texas General Land Office There is so much information at this site in their archives. Read about land grants, their annual symposium and hundreds of other wonderful topics.
Alamo-Period Artifacts Website
Archeology at the San Jacinto Battleground. Lot of photographs of artifacts discovered.
Artifact locations in the Sea of Mud.
Artifact locations in a Mexican Army Campsite on Turkey Creek in Ft. Bend Col, TX.
Article on the Turkey Creek Site Contains photographs of the artifacts.
Campsite on the Middle Bernard Creek Article with photographs
The Sea of Mud. April 29, 1836 - May 9, 1836. Article with photographs
Goliad and the Fannin Battle Site. Article with photographs
Possible Campsite of General Urrea on Clark's Branch of the West Bernard Creek. Article with photographs.
Books and Reports Related to the Artifacts of Early Texas history. - Book List
Comparing the San Jacinto Battleground area from 1856 to present. TPWD maps and descriptions.
Texas Archival Resources Online. Incredible research tool
Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc.
Harris County Historical Commission
Battleship Texas Foundation
Texas Ranger Hall of Fame
Houston Maritime Museum