Cannon Boy of the Alamo
When Captain Kimball's men rode out, Billy and his dog, Comanche, joined them and to his everlasting glory, became the youngest of the 182 men to die a hero's death on March 6, 1836 in what became known to the world as the battle of the Alamo.
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