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Battle of the Alamo

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The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March 6, 1836) was a pivotal event in the Texas ...... Jane Bowers' song "Remember the Alamo" has been recorded by artists including Johnny...

The Alamo - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

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Ten years after Texas won its independence and shortly after it was annexed by the United States, U.S. soldiers revived the "Remember the Alamo!" battle cry ...

Chronology - The Alamo

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The story of the Alamo begins with the establishment of the Mission San Francisco de Solano near the Rio Grande River in 1700. ..... Remember The Alamo!

The Alamo

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The official website for The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. ... REMEMBER ... 300 Years in the making, the epic story of the Alamo is renowned all over the world!

Sam Houston and the Battle for Texas Independence

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Sam Houston and the Battle for Texas Independence "Remember the Alamo" is a well-known phrase. Do you know what it means? Sam Houston had already ...

Battle Of The Alamo | HistoryNet

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... The Alamo. First Spanish soldiers, then Mexican soldiers occupied The Alamo. ..... Remember the Alamo became the battle cry that broke Santa Anna's back.

The Battle of the Alamo | TSLAC

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Mar 11, 2016 ... Click on image for larger image and transcript. William Barret Travis' Letter from the Alamo, 1836. At the Alamo in San Antonio, then called ...

Why Should We Remember the Alamo? | Wonderopolis

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The regrouped and stronger Texian Army — many of them shouting “Remember the Alamo!" — defeated the Mexican Army at the Battle of San Jacinto on April ...

American Experience | Remember the Alamo | PBS

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Remember the Alamo: In the early 1830s Texas was about to explode. Although ruled by Mexico, the region was home to more than 20000 U.S. settlers.

Why do we remember the Alamo? | HowStuffWorks

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Most of us have heard the expression "remember the Alamo." It's most often used as a battle cry -- a way to convey strength and honor in three succinct words.

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Fight to the Death at the Alamo, 1836 - EyeWitness to History

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"Remember the Alamo!," 1836. Printer Friendly Version >>>. In 1835, a general uprising throughout Mexico sought to overthrow the dictatorial reign of President  ...

Remember The Alamo! - The Texas Military Force Museum

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It was the battle-cry of "Remember the Alamo" that later spurred on the forces of Sam Houston at San Jacinto. Anyone who has ever heard of the brave fight of ...

Remember the Alamo! - America's Story from America's Library

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Mexican General Antonio López de Santa Anna Recaptured the Alamo March 6, 1836. Do you know why Americans remember the Alamo? In 1836, a small ...