A Day That Changed America: The Alamo

A Day That Changed America The Alamo They were surrounded and outnumbered twenty to one For twelve days the men women and children holed up inside the Alamo fought off attacks from the Mexican army There was no help in sight and the o

  • Title: A Day That Changed America: The Alamo
  • Author: Shelley Tanaka David Craig
  • ISBN: 9780786819232
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Hardcover
  • They were surrounded and outnumbered twenty to one For twelve days, the men, women, and children holed up inside the Alamo fought off attacks from the Mexican army There was no help in sight and the odds were overwhelming Finally, as morning dawned on March 6, 1836, the final battle was upon them But they were determined to stand bravely and never give up the fight forThey were surrounded and outnumbered twenty to one For twelve days, the men, women, and children holed up inside the Alamo fought off attacks from the Mexican army There was no help in sight and the odds were overwhelming Finally, as morning dawned on March 6, 1836, the final battle was upon them But they were determined to stand bravely and never give up the fight for Texas.

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    1 thought on “A Day That Changed America: The Alamo”

    1. Some interesting first-hand accounts from the battle of the Alamo. Gives more meaning and understanding to "Remember the Alamo."

    2. While we read, and liked this book, I think I'll continue to find that one great book about the Alamo. This had a lot of good information and sometimes had engaging, first person accounts. Other times it had insets that reminded me of Eyewitness/DK type books and those drive me crazy. I hate when they interrupt a train of thought to add some semi-related blurb. I wanted a book that would draw us in a little more, to make it more human, more real. This was a bit too textbooky/encyclopedia like.We [...]

    3. Some people hide books from their mothers because they’re afraid of being caught reading something they shouldn’t be. I hide books – like this one – from my mother because I’m afraid that if she sees it she’ll fall in love with it and demand that I give it to her.Which would not do at all.I like history a lot. Mom loves history. Which means that we both love books like this one. For no historical resources are more enjoyable and clarifying than the ones that are written for and geare [...]

    4. Quick, fast read about what happened in San Antonio, Texas on that fateful day of March 6, 1836 - the day in history that is remembered most by the famous words, "Remember the Alamo!" I'm glad I was able to visit this famous site.

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