Where can you get an Alamo coupon?
Online, probably on E-bay or something...
The Alamo is a Spanish mission, built in 1718 in what became thecity of San Antonio. In 1836, the citizens of the then Mexicanstate of Coahuila y Tejas tired of the dictatoria…l rule of Mexicanpresident Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna and began a fight forindependence, known as the Texas Revolution. In March of that year, battle between an estimated 180-200 membersof a ragtag militia (known as "Texians") and 4,000 Mexican troopstook place at the Alamo site. The result of the battle was aMexican rout; all Texian defenders were killed. However, it isconsidered a turning point in the Texas Revolution in that it tiedup Mexican forces long enough to allow the supreme commander of theTexian army, General Sam Houston, sufficient time to organize hisforces; Santa Anna was defeated the following month and Texasgained its independence. More Information: What is commonly referred to as "The Alamo," at the time of thefamous battle for Texas Independence which was fought there, was acrumbling, abandoned mission which had been built by CatholicMissionaries about a hundred years earlier, while Spain wasexploring and colonizing what is now the southern US and Mexico. At the time of its construction, the mission consisted of thesanctuary, which is the familiar structure we see in mostphotographs today, quarters for the monks and "friendly,""converted" Indians, grain storage facilities, water access,barracks for quartering soldiers there for security, and a stoneperimeter wall to prevent or reduce the devastating results ofattacks by "hostile" Indians. By 1836, due to the long departed threat from hostile Indians, themission had been long since abandoned, and without the requiredcontinuous Maintenance, the mortar holding the stone masonrytogether was failing, allowing many structures to collapse or atleast partially collapse. The "Texian" rebels, under command ofCol. William B. Travis made hasty makeshift repairs by simply"stacking" the collapsed stone sections of the perimeter walls, andbarricading those sections where the stone had, over the years,been "salvaged" for reuse by neighbors in the surrounding area. Thus, Travis' command converted the crumbling, long abandonedmission complex into a crude makeshift fortress, which as we allknow from history, was totally inadequate to withstand the assaultsof more than five thousand troops with heavy artillery, under thecommand of General Santa Anna, Emperor of Mexico. The significance of the Alamo and the battle fought there is thatTravis' troops managed to delay Santa Anna and his troops longenough for Texian General Sam Houston to gather and prepare forfuture battle with the Mexican Army.
The Alamo is a temple/battle scene in Texas.
The Alamo war that started because the elected president, Santa Anna, took away some of the peoples rights away, so those people decided to fight back. . On i think March 6th…, 1836 at i think from5:30 am to 6:15 am, 600 Mexicans defeated the 200 Texans who were defending the Alamo. 16 women and children (i think) survived and were hiding in the chapel. . But on April 21, 1836 (same year) Sam Houston and his troops were at a battle, outnumbered again by the Mexicans who were screaming "Remember the Alamo! Remember the Goliad!" the Texans, furious, came like an fury of a roaring tornado and won the battle in 18 minutes. But Mexican president Santa Anna escaped... . ...But not for long! the next day, the Texans found a "lowly private" hiding in some tall grasses. they dragged him to General Houston, and his men gave him away shouting "El Presidente! El Presidente!" It was none other than Santa Anna himself! . General Houston made Santa Anna sign a treaty that ended the war to and promised to never attack Texas again. . Texas was finally free! the Mexicans were forced to stop all fighting. Ten years later, on February 19, 1846, Texas became the 28th state to be part of the Union. Sam Houston was elected a United States senator. . ( i personally went on wikipedia to check if my facts were right, which they are)
Susanna Dickinson was one of the few people that survived the alamo. . Susanna Dickinson was one of the survivors of the Alamo.
the Alamo helped win Texas's Independence
Thursday at 5. Don't forget to bring the chips and salsa.
About 130 Texas volunteers made up of many European immigrants, Davy's Tennessee volunteers.. However, the only really significant people were William Travis, James Bowie, Da…vy Crockett and Juan Segein
explore the alamo grounds, watch a movie based of alamo history, in the clara driscoll theater, its right on the alamo grounds. (i believe its called clara driscoll theater.),… you can basically just explore the grounds,watch the alamo movie, visit the gift shop.
It was originally a Mission, a church built for use by missionaries who wanted to spread Christianity to the natives in the area. The building itself was never completed. The …Mission had been deserted for years by the time of the Texan War of Independence, and both armies had used it as a fort.
What remains is in downtown San Antonio, Texas.
Well you can obviously take them to the store and get the Value taken off your product. Why, when you can purchase a generic for way less? True, you would want to maximize you…r coupons value. How? Wait for Rockbottom price, look at the store ads/sales and use your coupons to maximize your savings.
I print coupons, get them in the newspaper, get then off products (peelies), get sent coupons, and request coupon books.
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