Battle of Concepción, Texas Revolution Military Map, 1938


This map depicts combat near the Mission Concepción during the Texas Revolution. Map published by Andrew Jackson Houston, 1938.

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This map depicts combat near the Mission Concepción during the Texas Revolution.  The Battle of Concepción was fought on October 28, 1835, between Mexican troops under Colonel Domingo Ugartechea and Texian insurgents led by James Bowie and James Fannin. The 30-minute engagement occurred on the grounds of Mission Concepción, two miles south of what is now Downtown San Antonio.  Map published by Andrew Jackson Houston, 1938.

Andrew Jackson Houston (1854-1941) was the son of Texas Revolutionary hero Sam Houston. A retired colonel of the Texas National Guard, a professor of military science at St. Mary’s University, and a Prohibition Party candidate for Texas governor in 1910 and 1912, A.J. Houston retired to focus on writing about Texas history in 1918. Drawing on a large collection of inherited documents from his father, he wrote and published a book about the history of Colonial Texas, featuring this intriguing series of maps. A.J. Houston died in Washington D.C. on June 26, 1941, two months after his appointment to the U.S. Senate.

Antique map on paper displayed on a white mat with a gold border. Mat fits a standard-size frame. Archival plastic sleeve and Certificate of Authenticity included. Map, 10″L x 10″H; mat, 20″L x 16″H.

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Very good; center fold as issued; light age toning







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