BOOKS AND REPORTS RELATED TO THE
ARTIFACTS OF EARLY TEXAS HISTORY

                        

    

              
                               Here is some interesting reading pertaining to relics of the Texas Revolution and the
                              Civil War that were recovered in Texas can be found in the following publications:
  

   

                            1.       Sea of Mud: The Retreat of the Mexican Army after San Jacinto, An Archeological Investigation,   
                                by Gregg J. Dimmick
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                     2.      General Filisola's Analysis of Jose Urrea's Military Diary: A forgotten 1836 Publication by an Eyewittness
                                to the Texas Revolution, by Gregg Dimmick and John Wheat (2009).

                     
                      3.      A Search For Texas,  the Revolution - the Republic - the Relics 1836 - 1846, by Bobby J. McKinney (2006).

                      4.      Dance & Brothers Texas Gunmakers of the Confederacy, by Gary Wiggins (1986).

                      5.      A Campsite of the Retreating Mexican Army, April, 1836, by Joe D. Hudgins and Gregg Dimmick.
                             Houston Archeological Report No. 13 (1998).


                      6.     Tracking the Mexican Army Through the Mar de Lodo (Sea of Mud) April 29 - May 9, 1836 41WH92,
                            41WH93, 41WH94, 41WH95 Wharton County, Texas, by Joe D. Hudgins, Terry Kieler and Gregg
                            Dimmick.  Houston Archeological Society Report No. 16 (Fall 2000).

 
                      7.     The Elizabeth Powell Site (41FB269), Fort Bend County, Texas, by E. Aucoin, R. Gregg, M. May,
                           J. Pollan, S. Pollan and R. Shelby. Houston Archeological Society Report No. 25 (December2007).