The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 51, July 1947 - April, 1948 Page: 351
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a. Offrs. Quarters-dressed logs-portico in front-rooms 16 x 18, and to ft. halls.
b. Kitchens to do.-Weather boarding-15 x 20 ft.
c. Adjutant's office and Reading Room-weather boarding-14 x 15 ft.
d. Subsistence &S Q.master's Storerooms, and office-weather boarding.
e Sutter's Store-weather boarding.
f. Company Storerooms-dressed logs-o x 12 ft.
g. Guard House-round logs-16 x 14 ft. (divided into two rooms.)
h. Quarters (insufficient) for two cos.-dressed logs-each room 40 x 18 ft.
i. Two Comp.y Kitchens-weatherboarding-16 ft. square each.
k. Hospital-2 rooms, 18 x 20 ft. and hall of io ft.
1. Hospital Kitchen-2 rooms-14 feet square.
m. Stable and yard-outside of stable built of plank-inner side of poles (not
closed) -roof of tarpaulin.
n. Corral made of pickets.- o. Log corn house.
Note. The post is about 500 yards from Nueces river where it is crossed by the
San Antonio road.
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