Part 2, Note 21
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Kuykendall, "Kuykendall's Recollections of the Campaign," The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, vol. 4, no. 4, April 1901, pp. 297-298; Dixon and Kemp, The Heroes of San Jacinto, p. 203; Williams and Barker, eds., The Writings of Sam Houston 1813-1863, vol. 1, pp. 377-378. Burnam's Crossing was about one mile downriver from the northernmost corner of his survey near what became the Colorado-Fayette County line (see Original Field Notes in English, Book 1, p. 216, Spanish Collection, Archives and Records Division, Texas General Land Office, Austin). John Crier's home was in the Joseph Duty Survey (see Colorado County Deed Records, Book G, pp. 281-283; Original Field Notes in English, Book 2, p. 7, Spanish Collection, Archives and Records Division, Texas General Land Office, Austin).