Girl of the Alamo

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Eakin Press, Apr 1, 1984 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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The cry of Texas' freedom "Remember the Alamo" has echoed through the years. The legend of the heroic battle has been told and retold many times, many ways. This is the story of the only Anglo-American woman who was there. Susanna Dickinson lived those frightful thirteen days and saw the Texans go down one by one. Among those heroes was her husband, Almeron. Susanna's story is one of courage and strength.

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User Review  - Allison - Goodreads

My 9 year old loved this book and begged me to read it. I found the writing hard to read and understand in some parts. But, my daughter flew through the book! Read full review

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Gives a realistic account of life in the 1830's. Book is written for a younger reader. Read full review

Contents

Journeys End
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The Beginning
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Changes
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