Map Legend 1. Site of "Twin Sisters." 2. Burleson's (1st Regiment) Camp. 3. Millard's (Regulars) Camp. 4. Lamar's (cavalry) Camp. 5. Sherman's (2nd Regiment) Camp. 6. Sherman's (infantry) advance (April 21). 7. Burleson's advance (April 21). 8. General Rusk's advance (April 21). 9. Millard's (infantry) advance (April 21). 10. Brockley's (artillery) advance (April 21). 11. Mexican position (April 20th). 12. Cavalry skirmish under Sherman (April 20th). 13. Mexican breastwork & site of cavalry engagement (April 21). 14. Mexican cannon (April 21). 15. Mexican breastwork (April 21). 16. Santa Anna's camp (April 21). 17. Almonte captured, greatest carnage of battle occurred here. 19. Houston is wounded and his horse is killed. 20. Site of camp of General Houston. The day after the battle, Santa Anna is brought captive by Joel Robison and James Sylvester.
2002 - Approximate location of events associated with the Battle of San Jacinto and the location of the commemorative markers. Marker locations taken from 1913 topographic map of the area made by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Note: There is no number “18” listed on the 1913 map. Map information compiled and drawn by Bruce K. Moses, Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio for “San Jacinto Battleground State Historical Park: A Historical Synthesis and Archaeological Management Plan”.