The Alamo: A Cultural History
From 18th-century Franciscan mission to 20th-century icon, the Alamo has been transformed into a tourist attraction, historical monument, and an international symbol of freedom. Written in a lively, engaging style, this thoroughly researched reference will intrigue history buffs, fans of Texana, and pop-culture connoisseurs alike. Photos throughout. 16-page color insert.
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There are certain icons of U.S. history that resonate in our collective imagination, and the Alamo is one of them. In a new and fascinating trend, books such as Lorett Treese's Valley Forge: Making ... Read full review
A Select Bibliography Appendix 2 Alamo Films
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