Chapter I. the city in the wilderness. A party of Mexican officers were strolling to the Alamo; some inwhite linen and scarlet sashes, others glittering with color and goldenornaments.
Our troopsremembered his parole at the Alamo, and the shameful manner in which hehad broken it; and there was .
Our troopsremembered his parole at the Alamo, and the shameful manner in which hehad broken it; and there was not a man who did not long to kill him forit. Theseven hundred Americans were divided into three bodies. The air was full of it, and it appeared to be echoedand repeated by innumerable voices.
Amelia E. Barr Remember the Alamo. Chapter I. What, are you stepping westward? Yea. A party of Mexican officers were strolling to the Alamo; some in white linen and scarlet sashes, others glittering with color and golden ornaments.
If this is your first book on the subject I highly recommend purchasing Remember The Alamo as well as other books on the subject so that you can draw your own conclusions about what took place. Reading other Alamo books you'll discover that there are a number of conflicting thoughts about what took place at the Alamo.
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Historical romance written in 1888
Historical romance written in 1888. Remember the Alamo is the story of the fictional family of Robert Worth-at the time of the Texas revolution. By that time, Worth, a native of New York, had served as a well-known and respected physician in the town of San Antonio for more than a quarter of a century. Barr was a 19th and 20th century British novelist who migrated to the American Southwest as an adult and went on to write a number of works depicting life along the frontier during the late 19th century. 370. Published: 2004. A Rose of a Hundred Leaves: A Love Story.