1836 Facts about the Alamo and the Texas War for Independence
This handy paperback in the Savas "Facts About" series covers all aspects of the famous campaign in surprising detail, with much hard-to-find information on the background of the participants, the Mexican viewpoint, and the continuing mystery of possible survivors. Contains bibliography and update on recent research.
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Mission San Antonio de Valero
The Alamo1920 Photograph Frontis
Chronology of the Texas War for Independence
3 The Texian Army
The Mexican Army
6 Revolution at Sea
Grapeshot Mustketshot and the Bayonet
Victory or Death
The Battle of the Alamo
Fall of the Alamo by Theodore Gentilz
Bowie Travis and Crockett How Did They Die?
13 Alamo Survivors
Whats In a Name?
Samuel P Houston
Officers and Gentlemen
Numbers and Statistics
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