April 28–30, 2023
Registration will open March 8, 2023
After San Jacinto: The Republic of Texas Stands Apart
Presented by The Texas State Historical Association and the San Jacinto Battleground Association. The annual Battle of San Jacinto Symposium is the preeminent conference on the Texas Revolution era. The objective is to promote public awareness and scholarship on the Mexican national era in Texas (1821-1835), the Texas Revolution (1835-1836), the Battle of San Jacinto (1836), and the Republic of Texas (1836-1845). These pivotal years mark the transition from Spanish and Mexican sovereignty to independent Texas and annexation to the United States.
Schedule of events:
Friday, April 28
Location: Houston Bayou Club, 8550 Memorial Dr, Houston, TX 77024
About: This dinner at the historic Houston Bayou Club will provide an opportunity for attendees to mingle with the speakers in a more intimate setting. Guests will enjoy dinner, libations and a surprise guest speaker. Proceeds from this dinner will be used to fund future Symposiums.
Saturday, April 29
Location: San Jacinto College, Mass Timber Building, 13735 Beamer Road, Houston, TX 77089
About: Presenters and topics to follow.
Sunday, April 30
Location: Tour will leave from Monument Inn Cafe. Transportation throughout the battleground will be provided.
About: Join us on this fully guided tour of the San Jacinto Battleground.
CPE Credits are available for educators
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit for K-12 educators is offered for attending this event. Please email [email protected] for details
Co-sponsored by the San Jacinto Battleground Association (Also know as the San Jacinto Battleground Conservancy), the Symposium was started in 2001 by the SJBC. Management of the Symposium has now passed into the hands of the Texas State Historical Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to the preservation of Texas history.