The Alamo... fascinating. Between the pillars to the right of the door, Davey Crockett etched his name in the stone... among others
Angelina Dickinson was the daughter of Suzanna and Almeron Dickinson and is commonly known as the "Babe of the Alamo", although she was not the only baby inside the old mission at the time of the battle. Angelina was only 15 months old at the time of the Battle of the Alamo. Legend maintains that Col. William Travis placed his “cat’s-eye” ring on a string around Angelina’s neck before the final battle. That ring is on display at the Alamo.
Visiting The Alamo in San Antonio #Texas http://flightsandfrustration.com/visiting-alamo-san-antonio-texas/ On a recent trip to the US I headed to #San_Antonio with the direct purpose of visiting this historic monument. I was not disappointed. Little wonder I will always "Remember The Alamo" #alamo
Homeschool History -The Alamo - 17 Free Resources
Homeschool History The Alamo - 17 Free Resources @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus
Here Are The Oldest Photos Ever Taken In Texas And They're Incredible
6. San Antonio, 1860s. People in covered wagons arrive at Alamo Plaza.