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« on: May 12, 2009, 06:35:33 am »
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I was trying to find and old battle site in Texas that has never been confirmed even though it was a major battle between Texians and Mexicans.  I ran across a book in the Library about the battle and began to research the subject after reading about possible sites where the battle might have been fought I wondered how I would find out who the land owners were. I learned that the county tax office was my source. They can show you airial maps and who owns what and it's all public information.  Some of the owners were resistant to having someone on their property but I'm still trying. If someone ever confirms this site it will be a find for the history books.
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However, there is still information that needs explanations. Texians and Mexicans are definitely fighting for territory. You cannot easily predict on the airial maps.
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