San Jacinto Symposium: Photo Gallery

Gallery
 

2019

Part 1

Part 2

 

2018

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

 

2017

Part 1

Part 2

 

2016

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

 

2015

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

 

2014

Part 1

Part 3a

Part 3b

Craig Roell

 

2013

Gene Smith, Manuel Oropeza

Jerry Thompson

Mark Stegmaier

 

2012

Paul Hutton

Part 2, Jeff Dunn

Luncheon

Part 3, Kristin McMasters

Part 4

 

2011

Jan DeVault, Sam Deshong Ratcliff

Ty Cashion

Daniel Walker Howe

Romeo Caballero

Gregg Dimmick

 

2010

Skulls, Slaves, and Sex - Part 1

Skulls, Slaves, and Sex - Part 3

 

2009

Roger Moore

Manuel Hinojosa

Gregg Dimmick

Michael Strutt

Douglas Mangum

Sam Haynes

James P.

Bevil

H W Bill Brands

 

2008

Betsy Davis, Dreanna Belden

Stephen Harrigan, Miguel Gonzalez-Quiroga, Stuart Reid

Q&A Session

 

2007

Part 1

Fred McGhee

Gary Clayton Anderson

David Pomeroy

The Texas Rangers

 

2006

Felix Amaraz

Jonathan Jordan

Jerry Drake

Archie McDonald, Andres Resendez

Q&A Session

 

2005

Jim Crisp

Michael Strutt, Carolina Crimm, & Edward Miller

Documenting the Texas Revolution

Q&A Session

 

2004

Part 1

Gregg Cantrell, Andres Tijerina

John Wheat, Q&A Session

 

2003

Part 1

Madge Thornall, Randolph Campbell

Gregg Dimmick

 

2002

JP Bryan

James Haley

Stephen Hardin

Josefina Vasquez

Frank de la Teja

Gerard Kendall

 

2001

Jim Crisp; Part 1

Miguel Soto

Crisp/Dimmick/Thompson

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