The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 7, July 1903 - April, 1904 Page: 63
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Reminiscences of Early Texans.
leaving their baggage on the road. The wagoners thereupon crossed
over and gathered quite a supply." vol 2. page 141.
Most of the foregoing statement is incorrect. (See "recollections
of a private in the Texian army.")
The account of the capture of Santa Anna on pages 146 & 147,
vol. 2-is also incorrect. It founded on a letter of Jas. A. Syl-
vester of Capt. Woods comp-Sylvester wished, apparently, to
monopolize all the credit of Santa Anna's capture. Some of his
statements are doubtless false and I well remember were so pro-
nounced when they were first published, in 1836.
[16.] Captors of Santa Anna.
I am credibly informed that David Cole (now residing in Colo-
rado county, and quite blind), claims to have been, and probably
was, one of the captors of Santa Anna.-This completes the list-
[17.] Corrections of some errors in the first volume which I sent
In the recollections of Joel W. Robinson, in the account of the
attack on the Kechi tribe in 1835, it should have been stated that
two of the Indians were killed-after which their village was
burned. Papers were found in the village which were known to have
been on the person of a young man named Edwards who was killed
by Indians 20 miles below Bastrop, a few months previously.
In the recollections of G. Kuykendall in the account of the attack
on the Carancawa camp at the mouth of Scull Creek in the year
1823, it is stated that Judge Rabb remained with the Tonkewa
chief, Carita, in charge of the horses of the party. This is a mis-
take. The name of the white man left in charge of the horses, is
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