Texas State Archives Map Collection
Sketch of battleground at San Jacinto
|Publisher:||-- None Listed --|
Hill, James M.
|Size:||15 cm x 24 cm|
|Type of Map:||plan|
|Format:||black & white, manuscript|
|Photo Media:||6x7 cm b&w neg., photo no. 1995/1-23-1|
Sketch of battleground at San Jacinto Image:
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Manuscript map of the battlefield at San Jacinto, showing terrain, Buffalo Bayou, the position of the Texan and Mexican forces, calvary, cannons, breastworks, encampments, and Houston's line of march. Note: "This is a sketch from by recollection when we were there as I have not been on the ground since our Army left a few days after the battle." The original map is in the McArdle San Jacinto notebook. A photocopy is in the map collection for reference use. 8/25/95 Revised 11/14/97
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