Here you will find works dedicated to the San Antonio Spring, the fountain springs of Texas, and related geographical and cultural features concerning the ecological and social history of Headwaters.
Boyd, Carolyn. 2016. The White Shaman Mural An Enduring Creation Narrative in the Rock Art of the Lower Pecos By Carolyn E. Boyd, with Contributions by Kim Cox. https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/boyd-white-shaman-mural.
Brune, Gunnar M. 2002. Springs of Texas. Texas A&M University Press.
Campbell, Thomas Nolan. 1975. The Payaya Indians of Southern Texas. Southern Texas Archaeological Association.
Eckhardt, Gregg. 2017. “San Antonio Springs and Brackenridge Park.” http://www.edwardsaquifer.net/saspring.html.
Handbook of Texas. 2010. “Coahuiltecan Indians.” https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/bmcah.
Noonan Guerra, Mary Ann. 1987a. “Headwaters: The Springs of San Pedro Creek and the San Antonio River - Journal of San Antonio.” http://www.uiw.edu/sanantonio/Headwaters.html.
———. 1987b. “Indians of the San Antonio River: Yanaguana - Journal of San Antonio.” http://www.uiw.edu/sanantonio/IndiansofSanAntonioRiver.html.
Stothert, Karen E. 1989. The Archaeology and Early History of the Head of the San Antonio River. Southern Texas Archaeological Association.
Texas Beyond History. n.d. “South Texas Plains.” https://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/st-plains/peoples/coahuiltecans.html.