Investigate how the Texas Navy Association can more actively communicate with other Historical Associations, Texas Historians, Nautical Historians, and political officials to promote and preserve the history of the Texas Navies:
Actively recruit new members to the Texas Navy Association who will help us with our Mission, i.e. Create a Houston/Galveston Squadron. We must follow through in helping new potential Texas Navy Association Members with the necessary paperwork to become Texas Navy Admirals.
Continue to monitor and support the search for the Invincible, one of the first Texas Navy flagships. The Invincible sank off Galveston in 1837. Ultimate goal is to create a replica Invincible that would sail from and be on display in Galveston.
Inventory all known Texas Navy artifacts, documents, and digitally photograph as many items as possible.
Investigate various possibilities for the location of a permanent Texas Navy Museum where all possible physical artifacts and records could be on display or available for further research and/or educational purposes.
Our Mission Statement
To preserve and promote an appreciation of the historic character and heroic acts of the Texas Navy.
To promote travel by visitors to historical sites and areas in which the Texas Navy operated.
To conduct in the broadest sense a public relations campaign to create a responsible and accurate image of Texas.
And, encourage Texas communities, organizations and individuals, as well as governmental entities, to participate with actions and money in pursuit of these objectives.