The Battle of San Jacinto

Manuscript, Plan of Battle Drawn by Colonel Horton

Handbook of Texas article on Alexander Horton

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Horton's battle plan


Santa Anna taking

his Position on his left

wing which Brought

front of our Right Wing

or center and when defe[ated?]

he retreated to the wes[t]

abandoning his whole

army to it fast [?]

Santa Anas [sic] Army

void Space between the

Two Armies

Houstons Army

General Houston

took his position near

about the center of

Burlesons Redgment [sic]

from which he charged

the Mexican Army

with greatest

fury Shouting ["]remem-

ber the Alamo["] which

was ecoed [echoed] all along

our lines.

Sherman on the

lef[t] Burleson

in the center

Millard and

Lamar on our

Right and

this was the order

of Battle




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Manuscript, Plan of Battle Drawn by Colonel Horton, The Battle of San Jacinto Notebook, The McArdle Notebooks, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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