what date and year was the Alamo established
It was built as a frontier mission settlement.
The Alamo church built after 1724 as part of a Spanish mission in San Antonio, Texas, and converted to a fort in 1793.
The Alamo was fought during the War of Texas Independence in 1836. It established the Republic of Texas as a separate nation. The Mexican War was was fought after Texas had become part of the United States from 1846 to 1848.
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yes the fall of the Alamo and the battle of the Alamo are the same
In Texas... At the Alamo...
"Alamo" is Spanish for "cottonwood." So, an Alamo tree is a cottonwood tree.
in the alamo was born by the alamo in the southwest
The Battle of the Alamo was held at the Alamo, which is in San Antonio, Texas.
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The address of the Alamo Branch Library is: 100 S First W, Alamo, 89001 0239
300 Alamo Plaza
The Alamo is in Texas.
i think that the Alamo is the church.
they fought in the Alamo for Independence
The Alamo is in San Antonio.
Remember the Alamo
the battle of the alamo
He was not at the Alamo.
The Battle of the Alamo.
The Alamo is in Alamo Plaza, Downtown San Antonio.
Alamo is the Spanish word for cottonwood. It is thought that there were cottonwood trees next to the Alamo.
The Alamo has been reconstructed but not rebuilt. People plan on rebuilding the Alamo though.