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TEXAS FREEDOM: Last Stand at the Alamo by Thomas Berry

TEXAS FREEDOM: Last Stand at the Alamo

by Thomas Berry

528 pages
History of the Texas Revolution and Battle of the Alamo

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About the Book
175 years ago the vast fertile plains of Texas became a staging area for one of history’s most epic conflicts…the battle of the Alamo. Colonists from America came to the Mexican territory looking for a new life and cheap land while others sought out adventure and fortune. However, the Mexican government and its new president, Santa Anna, had a plan all their own.

The ruthlessly ambitious James Bowie, famous backwoodsman and congressman Davy Crockett, and young idealist William Barret Travis forged their own paths to the Mexican badlands. Young newlyweds Almaron and Susanna Dickinson arrived from Tennessee, hoping to start a family together in this wild frontier. No one could have foreseen the growing political crisis that brought revolution to a small mission on the outskirts of San Antonio de Bexar.

The largely volunteer rebel army of 187 colonists stood defiantly against the hardened forces of 3000 Mexican troops for two weeks in the spring of 1836. The bravery and sacrifice of these men and women gave Texas new heroes and a fiercely guarded independence. Their testament and strength of character is still felt throughout this country as we remember the Alamo.

 

 

About the Author
Thomas Berry Thomas Berry received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from St. Bonaventure University. A lover of history and literature, he has found his true passion in writing historical fiction. This is his second novel. He currently lives with his wife and five children in New Jersey.

 

 

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