silviacolasanti.it
» » Remember the Alamo

Download Remember the Alamo fb2, epub

by Amelia E. Barr

Download Remember the Alamo fb2, epub

ISBN: 055411206X
Author: Amelia E. Barr
Language: English
Publisher: BiblioBazaar (October 26, 2006)
Pages: 214
Category: Relationships
Subcategory: Self-Help
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 130
Size Fb2: 1383 kb
Size ePub: 1635 kb
Size Djvu: 1396 kb
Other formats: mobi lrf rtf mbr


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.

Chapter I.

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.

Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline. Bookmate – an app that makes you want to read.

Chapter I. Was It Right to Forgive? A Domestic Romance. The Bow of Orange Ribbon: A Romance of New York. A Song of a Single Note: A Love Story. The Squire of Sandal-Side: A Pastoral Romance. Christine: A Fife Fisher Girl.

Book digitized by Google from the library of New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader.

Showing 30 distinct works. Barr’s most popular book is Remember the Alamo. Showing 30 distinct works. Remember the Alamo by. Amelia E. Barr.

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.

"Certainly these priests had to fight as well as to pray. The Indians did not suffer them to take possession of their Eden without passionate and practical protest. "

Comments:

Mildorah
As an amateur historian (not a novice because there is a difference between the two) I've found is a very good research book for Alamo buffs. However it is the views and opinions of the author. Because so much has been written about what exactly took place during those 13 days it's not easy to separate fact from fiction. 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. My conclusion based on my own research can be summed up by stating that nobody really knows what took place towards the end of the siege. Readers should keep in mind that what we call The Alamo is actually the church and that the Long Barracks has been reconstructed.
Qiahmagha
anyone expecting a historical review of what happened at the Alamo will be sorely disappointed. This book is an account of a family of Mexicans during the early 1800s who lived near the Alamo. There is literally no references to the fall of the Alamo other than a few pages where one member discussed what happened during the battle....
Saithi
I bought this to use at Texas Pioneer Forts' Living History events (I was looking for a small prayer book to carry in my reticule). The novel itself is a little flowery, but the condition of the book is wonderful and it is a great conversation starter.
Fearlesssinger
Good historical info, names, dates,etc. Rather sappy writing, but I think it was typical of the time and culture.
Humin
Not a bad story, just thought a book with "Alamo" in the title would have more Alamo in it. Read it when you've finished reading everything else that has anything to do with Alamo history,,,,,,,,, };>{>
Cheber
I am a Japanese, so that I don't know how girls in Texas are truely. My impression of American girls were those like one in True Grit. I was surprized by the differencebetween women in this novel and a girl in True Grit.

Another point I learned is why texas has a flag studded with only one star, and it is called as a lone star state.
The speach by Sam Houston explained my question for a long time
Biaemi
I really did not understand the story. I would have preferred more of an insight as to the plight of the text and.
At first I did not like this book because it was too flowery for my taste until I read the history of Ms. Barr. Wow what a life and what a genius she must have been. I realized it was written in the 1880's and in the vernacular that was used then. I noticed what I believe are some historical inaccuracies but they were minor compared to her knowledge of Mexican life and mores of the 1830's.

Related to Remember the Alamo

Download The Siege of the Alamo (Landmark Events in American History) fb2, epub

The Siege of the Alamo (Landmark Events in American History) fb2 epub

Author: Janet Riehecky
Category: Americas
ISBN: 0836853563
Download Bargaining for Eden: The Fight for the Last Open Spaces in America fb2, epub

Bargaining for Eden: The Fight for the Last Open Spaces in America fb2 epub

Author: Stephen Trimble
Category: Americas
ISBN: 0520251113
Download The True Story of the Battle of the Alamo (What Really Happened?) fb2, epub

The True Story of the Battle of the Alamo (What Really Happened?) fb2 epub

Author: Colleen Adams
Category: History
ISBN: 1404244778
Download Eden fb2, epub

Eden fb2 epub

Author: Julie Ellis
ISBN: 0449227723
Download The Alamo: Heroes and Myths fb2, epub

The Alamo: Heroes and Myths fb2 epub

Author: Ed French,James R. Johnson
Category: Military
ISBN: 0934272816
Download Lost Cowboys: From Patagonia to the Alamo fb2, epub

Lost Cowboys: From Patagonia to the Alamo fb2 epub

Author: Hank Wangford
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
ISBN: 057540003X
Download The Alamo (Milestone Books) fb2, epub

The Alamo (Milestone Books) fb2 epub

Author: Dominick Saponaro,Shirley Raye Redmond
Category: History
ISBN: 0689858213
Download The Siege of the Alamo: Soldiering in the Texas Revolution (Soldiers on the Battlefront) fb2, epub

The Siege of the Alamo: Soldiering in the Texas Revolution (Soldiers on the Battlefront) fb2 epub

Author: Susan Provost Beller
Category: Education & Reference
ISBN: 0822567822
Download Remember the Alamo: Texians, Tejanos, and Mexicans Tell Their Stories fb2, epub

Remember the Alamo: Texians, Tejanos, and Mexicans Tell Their Stories fb2 epub

Author: Paul Robert Walker
Category: History
ISBN: 1426300107