This section covers the history of "The Alamo", in Texas. It has special focus on the battle of 1836 in which such famous men as William Travis, James Bowie, and Davy Crockett died.
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The Alamo - Official Web Site
Maintained by the Alamo staff in San Antonio.
A chronology of historical events at the Alamo by the Daughters of the Republic Of Texas (DRT).
Alamo de Parras: The Untold Story of the Alamo's Early History
Dedicated to the Spanish soldiers whose company name was Alamo de Parras. Offers Alamo history, personal archives, teachers' guide, book reviews, author interviews, editorial staff, and a search function
Alamo Defenders Descendants Association (ADDA)
An organization of direct descendants of defenders of the Alamo.
Alamo Images: Changing Perspectives of a Texas Experience
Major collection of images, photos and paintings of the Alamo.
Alamo Studies Forum
Scholarly discussion of the history of the Alamo, Texas revolution and related topics.
The Alamo: Shrine of Texas Liberty
Detailed history of the battle of 1836.
Eyewitness to the Battle of the Alamo
An unidentified Mexican soldier's personal account of the historic struggle.
Handbook of Texas Online: The Alamo
Officially San Antonio de Valero Mission. Brief description of the site's history and architecture.
My Alamo Page
Features a chronology of events, photos, and a list of the battle's participants.
Remember the Alamo
The battle of 1836 and the leaders of both sides.
Remember the Alamo - Trish Bennet
Information, history, photos, and a complete transcript of all Alamo letters written by Travis.
Wikipedia: Battle of the Alamo
Extensive encyclopedia article.
Last update:October 29, 2015 at 13:05:03 UTC