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Students will examine more deeply the importance of San Antonio de Béxar and the Alamo.
- When reading eyewitness accounts, what can we interpret about a person’s emotions, actions, and motives?
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The Importance of San Antonio de Béxar and the Alamo
This extension lesson examines primary source letters written by William B. Travis, Santa Anna, Jose Francisco Ruiz, and two Mexican soldiers’ accounts of the Battle of the Alamo.