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English: This shows the layout of Fort Defiance, also known as Presidio La Bahia, near Goliad, Texas, just before the battle of Coleto, in February 1836.
Source Military Maps of the Texas Revolution, published 1938 by Anson Jones Press. From The Portal to Texas History: [1]
Author Andrew Jackson Houston (d. 1941)


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Per The Portal to Texas History, this map is in the public domain. It was created in 1938 by Andrew Jackson Houston (who died in 1941) and published the same year (by Anson Jones Press). Registration was not renewed, per the Copyright Renewal database at Stanford University [2].

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