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The Alamo - Visiting the Alamo - Texas Travel - About.com
The Alamo is not only one of Texas' most important historical landmarks, it is also one of the state's most popular tourist attractions, with over 2.5 million visitors ...
Alamo Photo Gallery - Photos of the Alamo - Texas Travel - About.com
Located in San Antonio, the Alamo remains a historic icon in the Lone Star State, as well as one of Texas' most popular tourist attractions. Although photos are ...
San Antonio Texas Attractions - Alamo - Hemisphere - Sites - Zoo ...
Besides its rich history and Old World charm, the Alamo city is home to some of the most popular and unique attractions in the Lone Star State, giving visitors ...
The Battle of the Alamo 1836 - Texas Revolution - Military History
Battle of the Alamo - Conflict: The siege of the Alamo took place during the Texas Revolution (1835-1836). Dates: Santa Anna's troops besieged the Alamo from ...
Ten Facts About the Battle of the Alamo - Latin American History
When events turn into legends, facts occasionally get lost. What really happened on March 6, 1836 at the famous Battle of the Alamo?
The Battle of the Alamo - Latin American History
On March 6, 1836, The Mexican army attacked the Alamo, a fortress-like old mission in San Antonio, Texas. Inside were some 200 Texan rebels, determined to ...
Biography of Jim Bowie in the Battle of Alamo - Latin American History
James Bowie (1796-1836) was an American frontiersman and one of the leaders of the Texas Revolution. He was present at the legendary Battle of the Alamo, ...
Did Davy Crockett Die in Battle at the Alamo?
Famed Frontiersman Davy Crockett was among the defenders of the Alamo when it fell to the Mexican army on March 6,1836. According to some accounts, ...
Davy Crockett - Biography and Profile - Latin American History
He was among the defenders at the 1836 Battle of the Alamo, where he was slain along with all of his comrades by the Mexican army. He is still a well-known ...
The Goliad Massacre - Texas Revolution - Latin American History
The "Goliad Massacre" became a rallying cry for other Texans, who shouted " Remember the Alamo!" and "Remember Goliad!" at the decisive Battle of San ...
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