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Sion Record Bostick, "Reminiscences of Sion R. Bostick," The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, vol. 5, no. 2, October 1901, p. 86; Mary Crownover Rabb, Travels and Adventures in Texas in the 1820's (Waco: W. M. Morrison, 1962), pp. 12-13. Sion Bostick was the son of Levi Bostick (see Austin County Colonial Records, Succession Book 1, p. 43; History of Texas Together with a Biographical History of the Cities of Houston and Galveston (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1895), pp. 533-537). Bostick's house was on a site inside the bend of the river to the north of what would become Columbus (see Colorado County District Court Records, Civil Cause File No. 63: William B. Dewees v. Martha Bronson alias Bostick).