Battle at the Alamo by Teri Temple

By Teri Temple

Know about the occasions that led as much as the tragic conflict on the Alamo, together with the disputes among Mexico and the U.S.. know about the fantastic discoveries, fierce conflicts, and dynamic cultures that assisted in shaping this state. The structure of the textual content and critical textual content beneficial properties supply scholars the chance to simply make connections and construct that means of the historic occasions that came about in this time. This identify will permit scholars to figure out or extra major principles of a textual content and clarify how they're supported through key information.

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One of the first to join Texans in their fight for independence, he quickly rose through the ranks of their army. He was one of the first Texans killed at the Alamo. Dickinson, Susanna (1814–1883) - Dickinson and her 15-month-old daughter, Angelina, were in the chapel with the other women and children when the Mexican army stormed the Alamo. She and her daughter were among the few survivors. Santa Anna sent her out to tell the story of the attack as a warning to Texan rebels. Instead, she became known as the “messenger of the Alamo” and her story helped stir a nation to action.

Seguín wanted to stay and help defend the fort, but he was the best choice because of his familiarity with the surrounding land. Little did he know, the leaders’ decision would save his life. Seguín was not at the fort when the Mexican Juan Seguín (1806–1890) army attacked. He made his way to San Jacinto, where he met up with Sam Houston. Hoping to avenge all the friends he had lost at the Alamo, Seguín joined Houston’s army. Seguín was among the fighters who would eventually defeat Santa Anna’s army.

37 Chapter 7 Texans Take Revenge Following the battle, Santa Anna sent for the survivors of the Alamo, including Susanna Dickinson, the only white woman to survive the attack. She unwillingly became a messenger for Santa Anna, who wanted to spread news of the Mexican victory. He sent Dickinson to the town of Gonzales to tell the story to General Sam Houston and any other Texan who would listen. Santa Anna hoped it would serve as a warning about what they could expect if they continued to rebel.

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