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Thursday, March 06, 2014
Tour San Jacinto Battleground with Dr. Gregg Dimmick - March 29, 2014
San Jacinto BattlegroundConservancy
invites you to have lunch and tour
San Jacinto Battleground, Saturday, March 29,
with Dr. Gregg Dimmick
Dr. Gregg J. Dimmick
San Jacinto Battleground Conservancy invites you to a
"archeological" tour of the San Jacinto Battleground led by Dr. Gregg
Dr. Gregg Dimmick, a Wharton-based pediatrician and author,
has a passion for archeology. His recent focus has been on the Mexican Army's presence in Texas during the Texas Revolution. He is an active member of the Houston Archeological Society, the Texas State Historical Association, and serves as a Director of the Wharton County Museum and San Jacinto Battleground Conservancy.
highly acclaimed and award-winning book, Sea of Mud, focuses on the retreating Mexican Army following the Battle of San Jacinto.
has participated in archeological excavations across
Texas at many of the campsites of the Texan and Mexican armiesincluding Sea of Mud (El Mar de Lodo), Fannin Battleground, and San
of the better artifacts collected from the Sea of Mud
are on display at the
Alamo and at the Bullock Museum in Austin. He has made appearances on the
History Channel and the Discovery Channel.
Texas History Page author, K K Searle, is a 7th generation Texan, a member of The Sons of the Republic of Texas, a Board member of the Washington-on-the-Brazos State Park Association, and is President of the Texas Heritage Society.
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