Heritage, 2009, Volume 2 Page: 12
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the Mexican Army in Texas:. 1836
In 1996, a team of researchers, including the author of
this article and members of the Houston Archeological
Society, followed the trail of the Mexican army as they re-
treated after the Battle of San Jacinto. The artifacts that
were excavated have added much information about the
types of weapons the Mexican troops used.
Photo credit: Kelly Houk and Moore Archeological Consulting Inc.
HERITAG EU Volume 2 2009
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