Chapter 11 section 3 By stephen

Davy Crockett was writing his letter to his children Mexican forces were marching on Texas

Susanna Dickinson wife of almaron Dickinson and her daughter Angelina

Jose de urrea headed toward Goliad along the Gulf Coast with another army

James Jim Bowie San Antonio to evaluate the situation there


William B. Travis raise a force and assist Bowie

James Bonham volunteer force from Alabama called the mobile Gray also joined the Texas defenders

Casualties those killed wounded capture or missing during battle

Noncombatant people not in fighting

5:00 a.m four columns of Mexican soldier attacked but they were halted by the Texas artillery

historians estimate that there were about 200 soldiers defending the Alamo


Created with images by tpsdave - "the alamo night evening" • elcorredor - "the alamo texas san antonio" • StuSeeger - "The Alamo"

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