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1.Remember the Alamo? A battle brews in Texas over history versus lore
A plan to rethink San Antonio’s “cradle of Texas liberty” includes raccoon-hatted heroes, a rock star, and lots of ...
2.The myth of Alamo gets the history all wrong
The 1836 battle for the Alamo is remembered as a David vs. Goliath story. A band of badly outnumbered Texans fought against ...
3.A Trio of Texas Authors Take on the Many Myths of the Alamo
It is, likely, the most cherished and entrenched story in Texas history. How in late February/early March of 1836, heroic ...
4.'Forget The Alamo' Author Says We Have The Texas Origin Story All Wrong
Remember the Alamo? According to Texas lore, it's the site in San Antonio where, in 1836, about 180 Texan rebels died ...
5.Remember to Forget The Alamo
This crowd of buffoons, ready to fight for slavery, profits, political ambition, and the lack of anything else to do, loaded up a little fort in San Antonio called the Alamo with nearly 200 of ...
6.Patterson Refutes ‘Woke B.S.’ From Recently Released Alamo Book
Former Texas Land Commissioner and Alamo caretaker Jerry Patterson is not so impressed by the hullaballoo. Rather, he pointed ...
executed at the Battle of the Alamo after being captured by the Mexican Army. Crockett became famous during his lifetime for larger-than-life exploits popularized
2.List of Alamo defenders
The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March 6, 1836) was a crucial conflict of the Texas Revolution. In 1835, colonists from the United States joined
based on the Battle of the Alamo. Depicts Texas Rangers and Texian Army. 2004: The Alamo, a feature film based on the Battle of the Alamo. Depicts Texas