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Military Maps of the Texas revolution

Description: Relief shown by hachures. "To accompany Texas independence by Col. A.J. Houston." NTSU copy classed 976.4 H818t. Combat near the Mission ConcepciĆ³n -- The siege of Bexar -- Refugio Mission -- Ground plan of Fort Defiance -- Map of Texas, with Coahuila, in 1835-36 -- Military map of Texas and Coahuila, as Mexican territory, 1835-36 -- The Alamo -- Siege of the Alamo -- Fannin's fight -- Map of the battlefield of San Jacinto.
Date: 1938
Creator: Houston, Andrew Jackson
Partner: UNT Libraries

The Siege of Bexar

Description: Map of the line of attack by Texans against the Mexican forces occupying Bexar, showing the layout of San Antonio de Bexar, including roads, major buildings, rivers, and creeks. The distances to various locations are given. Some twentieth century streets of San Antonio are superimposed. No scale indicated.
Date: 1938?
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Seige of the Alamo

Description: Map of the zone fire between Mexican batteries and the Alamo, showing the San Antonio River, various locations of attach, streets, trees, and places where bodies were burned. Distances to various cities are given. Some twentieth century features of the city are superimposed. No scale indicated.
Date: 1938?
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Map of the Battlefield of San Jacinto

Description: Map of the Texan and Mexican Armies at the commencement of the Battle of San Jacinto, showing the positions of the armies and features of the terrain between Buffalo Bayou and San Jacinto Bay. Distances to various cities are given. No scale indicated. On verso: Photograph of families picking hops to make beer in Kent County, England.
Date: 1938?
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Combat near the "Mission Concepcion," by Colonel James Bowie's Battalion, October 28, 1835.

Description: Map of combat at the Battle of ConcepciĆ³n during the Texas Revolution, showing lines of assault by Mexican infantry, cannon, and dragoons, and lines held by Captain Fannin's and Captain Coleman's companies. The battlefield is surrounded by wooded terrain and lies next to the San Antonio River. No scale indicated. On verso: Photograph of a family making a sandcastle on a beach on the South Coast of England.
Date: 1938?
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

"Fannin's Fight," March 19, 1836.

Description: Map of Fannin's Fight, showing the Texas Infantry, breastworks, and lines of assault by Mexican Dragoons and Infantry. Lines of march used by Colonel Fannin and General Urrea are also shown. Note: "[shows] rise of six feet, behind which Mexican Artillery fired, on the 20th." There are also notes on the type of cannons used. Distances to various cities are given. No scale indicated. On verso: Photograph of boats docked at harbor in the town of Dover, England.
Date: 1938?
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library