Girl of the Alamo
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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