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The Battle of the Alamo

Gary Jeffrey

The Battle of the Alamo

by Gary Jeffrey

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Published by Gareth Stevens Pub. in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Siege, 1836

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementGary Jeffrey ; illustrated by Nick Spender
    SeriesA graphic history of the American West
    ContributionsSpender, Nik
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF390 .J37 2012
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25337992M
    ISBN 109781433967276, 9781433967290
    LC Control Number2011022839

    The Gates of the Alamo is a work of fiction set against the turbulent Texas Revolution and the Alamo in particular. While I am not normally a fan of ficticious works dealing with Texas history this book is the exception. Mr. Harrigan has done his research and taken us 5/5(5). The Battle of the Alamo was fought between the Republic of Texas and Mexico from Febru to March 6, It took place at a fort in San Antonio, Texas called the Alamo. The Mexicans won the battle, killing all of the Texan soldiers inside the fort. In the s, the Alamo was built as a home to Spanish missionaries.

    The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March 6, ) was a pivotal event in the Texas ing a day siege, Mexican troops under President General Antonio López de Santa Anna launched an assault on the Alamo Mission near San Antonio de Béxar (modern-day San Antonio, Texas, United States), killing all of the Texian defenders. Santa Anna's cruelty during the battle . The Battle of the Alamo: Texans Under Siege (Tangled History) by Steven Otfinoski | 1 Jan Battlecruiser Alamo: Battle of Hercules (Battlecruiser Alamo Series Book 6) by Richard Tongue out of 5 stars Kindle Edition.

      A color guard carries flags from each state that lost people in the battle of the Alamo March 6, during the Annual Memorial Service at the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. Joe Raedle/Getty Images After the Alamo battle, the soldiers under Sam Houston's command were the only obstacle between Santa Anna's attempt to reincorporate Texas into Mexico. The Battle of the Alamo cost the Texans the entire man garrison. Mexican casualties are disputed but were approximately killed and wounded. While Travis and Bowie were killed in the fighting, Crockett's death is a subject of controversy.


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The Battle of the Alamo by Gary Jeffrey Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Battle of the Alamo (February 23 – March 6, ) was a pivotal event in the Texas ing a day siege, Mexican troops under President General Antonio López de Santa Anna reclaimed the Alamo Mission near San Antonio de Béxar (modern-day San Antonio, Texas, United States), killing the Texian and immigrant occupiers.

Santa Anna's cruelty during the battle inspired Location: Alamo Mission, San Antonio, Mexican Texas. This book is more than a rehash about the Battle of the Alamo but an in depth look at the people who had to make the hard choice to stand and fight, knowing that they would most likely perish in the battle.

If you are an Alamo "fanatic" or just have a passing interest in Texas history, Donovan's book, "The Blood of Heroes" is a compelling read/5(). In this historical episode the young reader will learn about American men like Jim Bowie, Colonel Travis and Davy Crockett alongside their nemisis the Mexican General Santa Anna and the Battle of The Alamo.

Primary sources are used for the young historians clarification of facts. This book is a good starting point for school reports/5(13). The Alamo's Forgotten Defenders: The Remarkable Story of the Irish During the Texas Revolution.

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Informational (nonfiction), 1, words, Level V (Grade 4), Lexile L. From sacred ground to bloody battlefield, the Alamo's history is described in this informative text.

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Written in /5. 4. The Illustrated Alamo - A Photographic Journey, by Mark Lemon: This is a detailed study of the Alamo Compound in It's hard to understand the battle without understanding where it was fought and the grounds as they were at the time.

This is especially important because so much of the original site are gone now. This short e-book is an excellent analysis of the events leading up to the siege of the Alamo and the personalities involved. There are excellent reproductions of maps and drawings. I recommend this work to anyone interested in the oft reference battle and/or Texas/5.

Procter describes in colorful detail the background, character, and motives of the prominent figures at the Alamo—Bowie, Travis, and Crockett—and the course and outcome of the battle itself. This concise and engaging account of a turning point in Texas history will appeal to students, teachers, historians, and general readers alike.5/5(1).

The soundtrack includes sound effects, music and the video features images created by Gary Foreman, Gary Zaboly and Ron Adair showing the. The first full-length, non-fiction book covering the battle was not published untilwhen John Myers Myers' The Alamo was released. Since then, a litany of books have followed, most notably Walter Lord 's seminal work inA Time to Stand.

But the story of the Alamo does not end with that battle and defeat. Nor is it always a men’s story. The second battle of the Alamo was a women’s battle, fought with the same determination as shown by the original defenders but with different weapons—with words and money and sometimes with outrageous behavior.

Scholastic Library Publishing, - Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.) - 30 pages 0 Reviews The story of the March 5,battle at the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, when only Texans fought thousands of Mexican soldiers in an unsuccessful attempt to gain independence from Mexico.

‎A good book is like a window. Through the frame of its pages, a reader can peek into another world. Measured against this standard, The Battle of the Alamo is a book with a powerful distinction. When partnered with a smartphone or tablet, the book invites the reader to travel back to and “step /5(6).

Battle, the City of San Antonio has developed around the Alamo. The Office of the City Clerk holds many original documents showing how the Alamo has changed and developed as the City has grown. More than million people visit the Alamo annually.*.

the Alamo (ăl´əmō´) [Span.,=cottonwood], building in San Antonio, Tex., "the cradle of Texas liberty." Built as a chapel afterit is all that remains of the mission of San Antonio de Valero, which was founded in by Franciscans and later converted into a fortress.

Battle of the Alamo Battle of the Alamo, colour print by Percy Morgan, c. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (Digital file no.

cph 3g) Determined to punish the rebellious Texans, whom he viewed as pirates who deserved to be executed, Santa Anna mounted a campaign to demonstrate his power by exacting the same kind of retribution.

History for Kids: The Battle of the Alamo comprehensively covers the lead up to the battle and what is known and unknown about the siege and battle itself.

Along the way, it looks at some of the most controversial and unknown aspects of the battle, as well as the aftermath and legacy of the : Charles River Editors. In its years, the Alamo has shaped the city of San Antonio, ignited the battle for Texas independence, and influenced American history.

This 1-hour guided tour explores the heroes and events that have made the story of the Alamo captivating for generations of Texans and visitors. The tour walks along the original footprint of the Spanish mission and ends inside the Alamo Church.

A good book is like a window. Through the frame of its pages, a reader can peek into another world. Measured against this standard, The Battle of the Alamo is a book with a powerful distinction.

When partnered with a smartphone or tablet, the book invites the reader to travel back to and “step inside” the Alamo to meet the heroes from the most legendary battle in Texas history!/5(6).

And once the action shifts to Texas, Kilmeade unspools more than just the story of the Alamo. He leads readers from the battle for San Antonio in .