Battle of San Jacinto Symposium

The annual Battle of San Jacinto Symposium is the premier academic event for The San Jacinto Battleground Association. The objective of the Symposium is to provide a forum for promoting public awareness and scholarship relating to the Mexican colonial era in Texas (1821-1835), the Texas Revolution (1835-1836), the battle of San Jacinto (1836), and the Republic of Texas (1836-1845). These pivotal years, the "creation story of modern Texas," mark the transition from Spanish and Mexican sovereignty to independent Texas and annexation to the United States.

The Symposium was started by the San Jacinto Historical Advisory Board in 2001 and is now co-sponsored by the SJBA and Texas State Historical Association (TSHA). The Symposium is a forum for promoting public awareness and scholarship about the Mexican colonial era in Texas, the Texas Revolution, the battle of San Jacinto, and the Republic of Texas.


The links below will take you to all Symposium program titles as well as YouTube links to recorded video lectures.

SYMPOSIUM Subject index

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Main Subject Sub Category Date Speaker Title
Artillery 2011 Gregg Dimmick, M.D. Alamo Artillery: Ampudia and a Real Cannon
The Battle 2021 James Crisp, Ph.D. The Man who Wasn’t There: Herman Ehrenberg Tells the stories of the Alamo and San Jacinto.
Texas Revolution in Film 2018 Stephen L. Hardin, Ph.D. Tales of making and advising on the 2004 movie, The Alamo
2018 Alan C. Huffines, M.A. Tales of making and advising on the 2004 movie, The Alamo
2018 Stephen Harrigan, author Tales of making and advising on the 2004 movie, The Alamo
Women 2019 Bruce Winders, Ph.D. Sister, Do not be afraid: Women of the Alamo
Almonte Revolution 2004 John Wheat Their Audacity is Now Intolerable…..
Antonio Menchaca San Jacinto 2014 Frank de la Teja, Ph.D. Antonio Menchaca at San Jacinto
Antonio Menchaca San Jacinto 2021 Frank de la Teja, Ph.D. Recollections of a Mexico-Texan Patriot: Antonio Menchaca Remembers the San Jacinto Campaign
Archeology Latest Discoveries 2009 Panel of speakers Archeology at San Jacinto Battleground
Moctezuma 2006 Jerry Drake, GLO A Ship of Titles: Searching for the Wreck of Moctezuma
San Jacinto 2004 Jim Burton, TPWD The Master Plan for the Battleground and Archeological…..
2004 Ted Hollingsworth, TPWD Restoring the Enviornment of a Battle
2004 Michael Strutt, TPWD Archeology at San Jacinto and the Latest Findings
2005 Michael Strutt, TPWD Archeology at the San Jacinto Battleground
2012 Douglas Mangum, M.A. San Jacinto Archeology: Past, Present and Future
Sea of Mud 2003 Gregg Dimmick, M.D. Archeology from El Mar de Lodo
Boundaries East & North 2013 Gene Allen Smith, Ph.D. On the Eastern and Northern Boundaries of Texas
Mexican Perspective 2013 Manuel Gonzalez Oropeza A Mexican Perspective on the Border Between Mexico and Texas
Northwest 2013 Mark J Stegmaier, Ph.D. On the Northwestern Boundary and the Compromise of 1850
Rio Grande 2013 Jerry Thompson, Ph.D. On the Rio Grande Boundary of Texas
Briscoe, Andrew Biography 2017 Laura M. McLemore, Ph.D. Andrew Briscoe and the Harris Family
Cotton Africans / Slaves/ Free 2016 Andrew Torget, Ph.D. King Cotton, Afro-Texans, and the Origins of Texas Plantations
David Crockett Texas Revolution in Film 2018 Paul Andrew Hutton, Ph.D. The Various Depictions of Davy Crockett
Early Texas Historical Fact / Fiction 2008 Stephen Harrigan, author Historical Fact, Historical Fiction: Early Texas through …....
East Texas Texas Revolution 2006 Archie P McDonald, Ph.D. The Texas Revolution in East Texas
Harris family Biography 2017 Laura M. McLemore, Ph.D. Andrew Briscoe and the Harris Family
Houston Park Africans / Slaves/ Free 2016 Algenita Scott-David Rededicating Emancipation Park
Indians Allies 2015 Thomas Britten, Ph.D. Uneasy Allies: Lipan Apaches and the Republic of Texas
Comanches 2015 Brian DeLay, Ph.D. War of a Thousand Deserts: Comanches, The Texas…......
Cynthia Parker 2015 Paul Carlson, Ph.D. Cynthia Ann Parker and the Comanche-Anglo Collision in TX.
Jacksonian Policy 2015 F. Todd Smith, Ph.D. Jacksonian Indian Policy and the Texas Republic
Sovereignty 2015 Juliana Barr, Ph.D. Indian Sovereignty and a Clash of Nations
Tribes 2015 Sheri Shuck-Hall Immigrant Tribes of Texas and the Fight for Land
Insurrection Africans / Slaves/ Free 2016 Rolanda Teal The 1804 Insurrection from Riviere Aux Cannes
James Grant Biography 2008 Stuart Reid, Author The Secret War for Texas: James Grant's Alternative …...
Joe Africans / Slaves/ Free 2016 Lee Spence White Bringing Joe to Life (Alamo)
Juan Seguin Biography 2002 Frank de la Teja, Ph.D. Juan Seguin and the Tejano Company
Texas Revolution 2014 James E Crisp, Ph.D. Seguin and the Texas Revolution in Public Memory
Mexican Army Mexian Retreat 2001 Gregg Dimmick, M.D. Tracking the Mexican Army through the Sea of Mud
2001 Miguel Soto The Mexican Retreat after San Jacinto - Military Concerns
2001 Crisp, James, Ph.D. When did Mexico lose Texas?
Mexico Relations Texas Rebellion 2003 Raul A. Ramos, Ph.D. Irreparable Damage? The Texas Rebellion
Monuments Texas 2021 Sam Haynes, Ph.D. Monument and Memory in Texas History: From Sacred Site to Martial Symbol.
Navy Independence 2006 Jonathan Jordan The Revolution's Wooden Walls: Texas Navy in the struggle….
Preservation Nationally 2012 Kristen L McMasters, M.A. Modern Preservation Principles for Battlefields …...
TPWD 2012 Michael Strutt, TPWD Preservation at TPWD: Our Parks, Challenges & Projects
Revolution Anglo Texans 2004 Gregg Cantrell, Ph.D. Anglo Texans and the Road to Revolution
Tejano Side 2004 Andres Tijerina, Ph.D. The Tejano Side of the Texas Revolution
Women 2019 Mary Scheer, Ph.D. Claiming the Revolution: Texas Women in History and Public Memory.
Revolution Fiction Texas Revolution in Film 2018 Stephen Harrigan, author The Possibilities and Pitfalls of Fictionalizing the Revolution
Robertson Colony Description 2008 Malcolm D McLean, Ph.D. An interview with Malcolm D. McLean
Runaway Scrape Women 2019 Paula Marks, Ph.D. Displaced: Women in the Runaway Scrape of 1836
Sam Houston Biography 2018 Denton Florian, MBA Presentation of his film
Divorce 2010 James W Paulsen Was Sam a Bigamist? A Lawyer Looks at his divorce
Generalship 2002 Jim Haley, Author San Houston & San Jacinto
2002 Stephen Hardin, Ph.D. Houston's Generalship, The Method & The Myth
2009 H.W. Brands, Ph.D. What was Houston Thinking? San Jacinto and the Strategy….
2021 Stephen Hardin, Ph.D. The Infernal Kind of Book: The Venomous Pamphlet that Shook the Texas Republic.
San Jacinto 2003 Madge Thornall Roberts Sam Houston's Road to San Jacinto
2010 William P Hobby, Jr. Sam Houston and San Jacinto
San Jacinto A hard look 2007 James E Crisp, Ph.D. Taking a Hard Look a the Past
Art 2011 Sam Deshong Ratcliff, Ph.D. The Battle's Cultural Legacy Through its Depiction in Art
Audubon Skulls 2010 Douglas Owsley, Ph.D. Crania Injuries in Mexican Soldiers at San Jacinto
Battle Experience 2017 Stephen Hardin, Ph.D. San Jacinto, the Experience of Battle
Campaign 2005 Jeff Dunn, J.D. From the Brazos to the Battle: The Final Days of the campaign
Cannons 2021 James Woodrick The Cannons of San Jacinto
History 2012 Jeff Dunn, J.D. Sacred Ground - A history of San Jacinto Battleground
Impact on Mexico 2011 Romeo Ricardo Flores Caballero The Battle's Impact on Mexico
Impact on Texas 2011 Ty Cashion, Ph.D. The Battle's Impact on Texas
Impact on USA 2011 Daniel Walker Howe, Ph.D. The Battle's Impact on the United States
Legacy 2017 J.P. Bryan, Jr. The Legacy of San Jacinto
Mexican Dead 2010 Jeff Dunn, J.D. The Mexican Dead at San Jacinto
Mexican War 2003 R. Bruce Winders, Ph.D. San Jacinto: The Turning Point of the Texas-Mexican War
New Orleans Connection 2005 Edward L. Miller The San Jacinto - New Olreans Connection…....
Personalities 2002 J.P. Bryan, Jr. Who Wears the Coat of Many Colors?
Preservation 2012 Paul Andrew Hutton, Ph.D. Historic preservation at the Alamo and San Jacinto
Symposium 2001 Jeff Dunn, J.D. The Historical Context of this Symposium
Tejanos 2021 Frank de la Teja, Ph.D. Recollections of a Mexico-Texan Patriot: Antonio Menchaca Remembers the San Jacinto Campaign
Texas Rangers 2007 Stephen L. Moore Texas Rangers in the San Jacinto Campaign
The Battle 2021 James Crisp, Ph.D. The Man who Wasn’t There: Herman Ehrenberg Tells the stories of the Alamo and San Jacinto.
Texas Revolution in Film 2001 Frank Thompson, film maker Hollywood Portraval of the Battle of San Jacinto
2018 The Depiction of the Battle of San Jacinto in the Movies
The Battle 2014 Jeff Dunn, J.D. The Battle of San Jacinto
US Army 2005 Bill & Marjorie Walraven Bayonets on the Bayou? USA and the Battle
Victory 2017 Gregg Dimmick, M.D. A Fresh Look at San Jacinto
Vince's Bridge 2007 C. David Pomeroy, Jr. Vince's Bridge: Why are they trying to move it?
Women 2019 Jeff Dunn, J.D. Women at the Battle of San Jacinto
Audubon Skulls 2010 Ron Tyler, Ph.D. Audubon's Trip to Texas in 1837
Museum 2001 George Donnelly Importance of the Museum and the Battleground
Santa Anna Before Texas 2006 Felix D Alamaraz, Jr. Ph.D. Before Texas: Genesis of Santa Anna's Career as Pamphlateer
Biography 2002 Josefina Vasquez, Ph.D. Santa Anna
Slavery Africans / Slaves/ Free 2016 Alwyn Barr, Ph.D. Slavery, Slaves, and Free Africans in the Texas Revolution
Republic 2010 Andrew J Torget, Ph.D. The Slaveholder's Republilc
Texas Revolution 2003 Randolph Campbell, Ph.D. Slavery in the Texas Revolution
Spanish Texas Africans / Slaves/ Free 2016 Frank de la Teja, Ph.D. The Afro-Hispanic Experiencein Spanish Texas
Tejanas Women 2019 Caroline Castillo Crimm, Ph.D. Tejanas on the Goliad-Victoria Frontier
East Texas 2014 Francis X. Galan, Ph.D. East Texas Tejanos
Goliad / Victoria 2014 Graig H. Roell, Ph.D. Goliad - Victoria Tejanos
Leadership 2010 Frank de la Teja, Ph.D. Tejano Leadership in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas
San Antonio 2014 Raul Ramos, Ph.D. San Antonio Tejanos
Texas Revolution 2005 Carolina Castillo Crimm, Ph.D. Conflicting Loyalties: Tejanos as Rebels and Loyalists
Texas History Teaching 4th Grade 2008 Betsy Davis Making History Personal
Research 2008 Dreanna Belden Exploring the Texas Revolution through Portal to Texas History
Texas Revolution Abolitionist Thesis 2007 Fred L. McGhee, Ph.D. The Texas Revolution and Annexation Re-considered…...
American Indians 2007 Gary Clayton Anderson, Ph.D. American Indians and the Texas Revolution
Documents 2005 Ann Hodgers/Brenda McClurkin Documenting the Texas Revolution at UT Arlington
Financing 2009 James P Bevill Financing the Texas Revolution
Heirs 2009 Sam W. Haynes, Ph.D. Heirs to a Revolution: Looking for Spirit of '76 …..
Lower Valley 2014 Omar S Valerio Jimnez, Ph.D. The Revolution and the Lower Valley
Northeast Mexico 2008 Miguel Angel Gonzalez-Quiroga Commonality & Conflict: Northeast Mexico and the Texas Revolution
Philandering 2010 Lael Morgan Revolutionary Sex: Texas' Philandering Founders
Women 2007 Paula Mitchell Marks, Ph.D. Hell for Women and Oxen? Women in the conflicts…....
Texians In 1836 2006 Andres Resendez, Ph.D. Who Were the Texans of 1836?
Tribute Jan DeVault 2018 Jeff Dunn, J.D. Tribute to Jan DeVault
2018 Elizabeth Whitlow Tribute to Jan DeVault
Yellow Rose Africans / Slaves/ Free 2016 Jeff Dunn, J.D. Emily D. West at the Battle of San Jacinto


The San Jacinto Symposium has featured outstanding historians of Texas history covering the Mexican colonial era, Texas revolution, Republic of Texas, and antebellum Texas. Below is a sampling of books published by these speakers.

Almaráz, Jr., Felix D.  
Mexican Borderlands (Sunflower Univ Press, 1985)
Tragic Cavalier: Governor Manuel Salcedo of Texas, 1808-1813 (Texas A&M Univ Press, 1992)

Anderson, Gary Clayton
The Conquest of Texas: Ethnic Cleansing in the Promised Land, 1820-1875 (Univ of Oklahoma Press, 2005)

Barr, Alwyn
Texans in Revolt: The Battle for San Antonio, 1835 (Univ of Texas Press, 2014)

Barr, Juliana
Peace Came in the Form of a Woman: Indians and Spaniards in the Texas Borderlands (Univ of North Carolina Press, 2014)
Contested Spaces of Early America (Univ of Pennsylvania, 2014)

Bevill, James
Paper Republic: The Struggle for Money, Credit and Independence in the Republic of Texas (Ashland : Bright Sky Press, 2013)

Brands, H.W.
Dreams of El Dorado: A History of the American West (Hachette Book Group, 2019)
Lone Star Nation : how a ragtag army of courageous volunteers won the battle for Texas independence (Doubleday, 2004)

Britten, Thomas A.
The Lipan Apaches: People of Wind and Lightning (Univ of New Mexico Press, 2011)

Campbell, Randolph (Mike)
Gone To Texas: a History of the Lone Star State (Oxford University Press 2018)
Sam Houston and the American Southwest (New York : Pearson Longman 2007)
Wealth and Power in Antebellum Texas (Texas A&M Press, 1987) (with Richard G. Lowe)

Cantrell, Gregg
Stephen F. Austin: Empresario of Texas (TSHA, 2016)
Lone Star Pasts: Memory and History in Texas (Texas A&M Press, 2007) (with Elizabeth Hayes Turner)
The History of Texas (Wiley-Blackwell (2007)(w/ Robert A. Calvert and Arnoldo De Leon)

Carlson, Paul Howard
The Plains Indians (Texas A&M Univ Press, 1998)
Deep Time and the Texas High Plains: History and Geology (Texas Tech Univ Press, 2005)

Cashion, Ty
Lone Star Mind: Reimagining Texas History (Univ of Oklahoma Press, 2018)
The Human Tradition in Texas (SR Books, 2001) (w/Jesus F. de la Teja)

Crimm, Ana Carolina Castillo
De Leon, a Tejano Family History (Univ of Texas Press, 2004)

Crisp, James E.
Sleuthing the Alamo: Davy Crockett’s Last Stand and Other Mysteries of the Texas Revolution (Oxford Univ Press, 2014)
How Did Davy Die? And Why Do We Care So Much? (with Dan Kilgore) (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2010)

De la Teja, Jesús F.
San Antonio de Bexar: A Community on New Spain’s Northern Frontier (Univ of New Mexico Press, 1996)
Tejano Leadership in Mexican and Revolutionary Texas (with Raúl A Ramos) (Texas A&M Univ Press 2010)
A Revolution Remembered: The Memoirs and Selected Correspondence of Juan N. Seguin (ed.) (TSHA 2002)

DeLay, Brian
War of a Thousand Deserts: Indian Raids and the U.S. Mexican War (Yale Univ Press, 2010)

Dimmick, Gregg
Sea of Mud: The Retreat of the Mexican Army after San Jacinto, An Archeological Investigation (TSHA, 2006)
General Vicente Filisola’s Analysis of Jose Urrea’s Military Diary: A Forgotten 1838 Publication by an Eyewitness to the Texas Revolution. With John Wheat. (TSHA, 2009)

Denton Florian
Sam Houston: American statesmen, soldier, and pioneer (DVD video. Texas Heritage League, 2011)

Galan, Francis X
Los Adaes, the First Capital of Spanish Texas (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2020)

González-Quiroga, Miguel Angel
War and Peace on the Rio Grande Frontier 1830-1880 (Univ of Oklahoma Press, 2020)

Haley, James L.
Passionate Nation: The Epic History of Texas (Free Press, 2006)
Sam Houston (Univ of Oklahoma Press, 2015)
Texas, An Album of History (Doubleday, 1985)
Texas: From the Frontier to Spindletop (St. Marks Press, 1991)
The Supreme Court of Texas: A Narrative History 1836-1986 (Univ of Texas Press, 2014)

Hardin, Stephen L
Houston Displayed, or Who won the battle of San Jacinto? (DeGolyer Library SMU, 2020)
Texian Iliad. A Military History of the Texas Revolution (Univ of Texas Press, 1994)
Lust For Glory: An Epic Story of Early Texas and the Sacrifice That Defined a Nation (Texas State House Press, 2018)
Texian Macabre: A Melancholy Tale of a Hanging in Early Houston (State House Press, 2007)

Harrigan, Stephen
Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas (Univ of Texas Press, 2019)
The Gates of the Alamo (Recorded Books, 2001)
They Came from the Sky: The Spanish Arrive in Texas (Univ of Texas Press, 2017)

Haynes, Sam W.
Soldiers of Misfortune: The Somervell and Mier Expeditions (Univ of Texas Press, 1997)
Major Problems in Texas History: Documents and Essays (with Cary D. Wintz)(Cengage Learning, 2017)
Contested Empire: Rethinking the Texas Revolution (with Eric R. Schlereth and Gerald D. Saxon ) (Texas A&M Univ Press 2015)

Howe, Daniel Walker (winner of the Pulitzer Prize in History, 2007)
What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815-1848 (Oxford Univ Press, 2007)

Huffines, Alan C.
Blood of Noble Men: The Alamo Siege & Battle (Eakin Press, 2016)
The Texas War of Independence 1835-36: From Outbreak to the Alamo to San Jacinto (Osprey, 2005)

Hutton, Paul Andrew
A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett of the State of Tennessee (introduction) (Bison Books, 1987)

Jackson, Jack
Almonte’s Texas: Juan N. Almonte’s 1834 Inspection, Secret Report, and Role in the 1836 Campaign (tr. John Wheat) (TSHA, 2003)
Los Tejanos and Lost Cause (Fantagraphics Books, 2012)(ill. Ron Hansen)
New Texas History Movies (TSHA, 2007)
Texas by Teran: The Diary Kept by General Manuel de Mier y Teran on His 1828 Inspection of Texas (Unv of Texas Press, 2000)

Jordan, Jonathan W.
Lone Star Navy : Texas, the Fight for the Gulf of Mexico, and the Shaping of the American West (Potomac Books, 2005)

Marks, Paula Mitchell
Hands to the Spindle: Texas Women and Home Textile Production, 1822-1880 (Texas A&M Univ Press, 1996)
Turn Your Eyes Toward Texas: Pioneers Sam and Mary Maverick (Texas A&M Univ Press, 1989)

McDonald, Archie P.
Nacogdoches (Arcadia Pub. 2009)
Texas: A Compact History
William Barrett Travis: A Biography (Eakin Press, 1995)
The Texas Heritage (with Ben H. Proctor) (Harlan Davidson, 2003)
Nacogdoches, Texas: A Pictorial History (Donning Co., 1996)
The Old Stone Fort (TSHA, 1981)
Historic Texas: An Illustrated chronicle of Texas’ past (Historical Publishing Network, 2011)
Hurrah for Texas!: The Diary of Adolphus Sterne, 1838-1851 (Eakin Press, 1986)
The Texas Experience (Texas A&M Univ Press, 1986)
Eastern Texas History: Selections from the East Texas Historical Journal (Jenkins Pub. Co., 1978)

McGhee, Fred L.
The Black Crop: Slavery and Slave Trading in Nineteenth Centruy Texas (Fidelitas Publishing, 2016)

McLemore, Laura Lyons
Inventing Texas: Early Historians of the Lone Star State (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2004)
Adele Briscoe Looscan: Daughter of the Republic (TCU Press, 2016)

McLean, Malcolm D.
Papers Concerning Robertson’s Colony in Texas (TCU Press, 1993)

Miller, Edward L.
New Orleans and the Texas Revolution (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2004)

Moore, Stephen L.
Eighteen Minutes. The Battle of San Jacinto and the Texas Independence campaign (Republic of Texas Press, 2004)

Oropeza, Manuel González
Proceedings of the Constituent Congress of Coahuila and Texas, 1824-1827 : Mexico’s only bilingual constitution (with Jesus F. de law Teja) (2 vols.) (Tribunal Electoral de Poder Judicial de la Federación, 2016)

Pitre, Merline
Through Many Dangers Toils and Snares: The Black Leadership of Texas, 1868-1900 (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2016)

Pomeroy, Jr., C. David
Historic Pasadena, Texas: An Illustrated History (Historical Pub. Network, 2011)
Pasadena. The Early Years (Pomerosa Press, 1994)

Ramos, Raúl A.
Beyond the Alamo: Forging Mexican Ethnicity in San Antonio, 1821-1861 (Amazon Digital Services, 2011

Ratcliff, Sam Deshong
Painting Texas History to 1900 (Univ of Texas Press, 1993)

Reid, Stuart
The Secret War for Texas (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2007)

Reséndez, Andréz
Changing National Identities at the Frontier: Texas and New Mexico, 1800–1850 (Cambridge Univ Press, 2004)

Roell, Craig H.
Matamoros and the Texas Revolution (TSHA, 2013)
Remember Goliad!: A History of La Bahia (TSHA, 2014)

Roberts, Madge Thornall Roberts
Star of Destiny: The Private Life of Sam and Margaret Houston (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2001)
Personal Correspondence of Sam Houston (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2001)

Scheer, Mary L.
Women and the Texas Revolution (Univ of North Texas Press, 2013)
Texan Identities: Moving beyond Myth, Memory, Fallacy in Texas History (with Light Cummins and Jesus F. de law Teja) (Univ of North Texas Press, 2016)
Eavesdropping on Texas History (Univ of Texas Press, 2017)

Smith, F. Todd
The Wichita Indians: Traders of Texas and the Southern Plains, 1540-1845 (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2000)
The Caddo Indians: Tribes at the convergence of Empires, 1542-1854 (Texas A&M Univ Press, 1995)
From Dominance to Disappearance: The Indians of Texas and the Near Southwest, 1786-1859 (Univ of Nebraska Press, 2008)

Soto, Miguel
La conspiración monárquica en México : 1845-1846 (Editorial Offset (EOSA), 1989)

Stegmaier, Mark J.
Texas, New Mexico, and the Compromise of 1850: Boundary Dispute and Sectional Crisis (Kent State Univ Press, 1996)

Teal, Rolanda D.
Natchitoches Parish (Arcadia Pub. 2007)

Thompson, Frank
The Alamo: The Illustrated Story of the Epic Film (Newmarket Press, 2004)

Thompson, Jerry
Tejano Tiger: Jose de los Santos Benavides and the Texas-Mexico Borderlands, 1823-1891 (TCU Univ Press, 2017)
Cortina: Defending the Mexican Name in Texas (Texas A&M Univ Press, 2007)

Tijerina, Andrés
Tejano Empire: Life on the South Texas Ranchos (Texas A&M Univ Press, 1998)
Tejanos and Texas under the Mexican Flag, 1821-1836 (Texas A&M Univ Press, 1994)

Torget, Andrew J.
Seeds of Empire: Cotton, Slavery, and the transformation of the Texas Borderlands, 1800-1850 (Univ of North Carolina Press, 2015)

Tyler, Ron
The Art of Texas: 250 Years (TCU Press, 2019)
Texas: Crossroads of North America (with Jesús F de la Teja; Nancy Beck Young) (Cengage learning, 2016)
The Slave Narratives of Texas (State House Press, 2006)

Vasquez, Josefina Zoraida
The United States and Mexico (Univ of Chicago Press, 1995)

Walraven, Bill and Marjorie
The Magnificent Barbarians: Little-Told Tales of the Texas Revolution (Eakin Press, 1993)

Wheat, John (Translator) (see Jack Jackson; Gregg Dimmick)

Winders, R. Bruce
Crisis in the Southwest : the United States, Mexico, and the Struggle over Texas (SR Books, 2004)
Sacrificed at the Alamo: Tragedy and Triumph in the Texas Revolution (State House Press, 2020)

Woodrick, James V.
The Battle of Gonzales and its two cannons (2017)
Bernardo: Crossroads, Social Center and agricultural Showcase of Early Texas (2011)
The Alamo Artillery: Also Including Goliad, Gonzales and San Jacinto (2018)
Cannons of the Texas Revolution (2016)

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