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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 Cash and Donovan. The U.S. Post Office issued two postage ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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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Oct 29, 2012 ... WHY WE “REMEMBER THE ALAMO”. by Bro. Dwight Stevens, Chairman, Masonic Education and Service Committee (printed in The Texas ...

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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!

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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  ...

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Remember the Alamo became the battle cry that broke Santa Anna's back. This article was written by Lee Paul and originally appeared in the February 1996 ...

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Jun 9, 2010 ... The siege and the final assault on the Alamo in 1836 constitute the ..... the globe have responded to the exhortation, "Remember the Alamo!

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A phrase that could be compared to that of "Never Forget, (9/11)" In a nutshell, it means, "The army of Santa Anna (Mexico) took the Alamo, so we'll take their ...