CATEGORY: Texas
The Goliad Massacre—The Other Alamo
May 26, 2015

Although overshadowed by the fall of the Alamo, the Goliad Massacre claimed the lives of twice as many Texas rebels. Read More

The First Shots of the Texas Revolution
May 20, 2015

A dispute over a small cannon in 1835 sparked the Texas Revolution and immortalized the battle cry “Come and Take It.” Read More

Travis Writes from the Alamo: “Victory or Death”
May 18, 2015

Surrounded by thousands of Mexican troops and facing near-certain death, Lieutenant Colonel William B. Travis wrote what is considered to be one of history’s most heroic letters. Read More

9 Things You May Not Know About Texas
March 1, 2013

Celebrate Texas Independence Day with a look at some of the state’s quirks. Read More

Cleaning of Alamo Reveals Historic Graffiti
June 30, 2011

Graffiti discovered at the Alamo earlier this month may be the oldest ever found at the site and could help shed light on its enigmatic past. Read More

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