The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 2, July 1898 - April, 1899 Page: 28
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28 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
There is no doubt about the cannon now in the possession of
W. D. Wilcox at Anahuac having been left there by the Mexicans.
"Narrative of the Anahuac or Opening Campaign of the Texas
Revolution," by N. D. Lalbadie, Texas Almanac, 1859.
"Life of Henry Smith," by John Henry Brown.
Letters of D. W. C. Harris, Wm. B. Travis, A. B. Dodson, and
Geo. E. Wilcox.
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