What role did Susana Dickinson play in the Texas Revolution?
she was a survivor in the battle of the Alamo
Asked in Famous People, Battle of the Alamo
What accomplishments did Susana Dickinson accomplish in her lifetime other than surviving the Battle of the Alamo?
texas got independendce and they had finnaly captured santa anna
What was susanna Dickinson role in the Texas revolution?
Susanna Dickinson was a first hand eye witness of the Battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution. She lived at the fort with her husband, who was killed in the battle, and her baby daughter, Angelina. ...
Asked in US Constitution
How was john Dickinson important to the constitution?
John Dickinson was important in the Constitution. He was a Contentional Congressman, a Representative of Delaware, refused to sign the Declaration of Independence, and wrote many, many essays. ...
Asked in History of Maritime
How did susanna Dickinson effect history?
It is sometimes said that life in the early days of Texas was an adventure for men and dogs, but hell on women and horses. Susana Dickinson, no doubt, would agree. She will always be remembered as the sole adult Anglo survivor that witnessed the massacre at the Battle of the Alamo. Susana was born in middle Tennessee about 1814 as Susana (often written Susanna) Wilkerson. At the age of only fifteen years, she married Almaron Dickinson in Hardeman County, Tennessee. Within...