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Dawn at the Alamo (1905)

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Dawn at the Alamo, 1905The Morning Star, the Lone Star of Texas Convent (Hugo and Schmeltzer building) General Castrillon leading Mexicans from the North breach James Bowie Major Evans about to fire the magazine Chapel of the Alamo David Crockett armed with the barrel of Old Betsy Colonel Almonte leading Mexicans from south gate William B. Travis, Texan commander Mrs. Dickinson with child, "Babe of the Alamo" Joe, slave of William B. Travis Huts inside of west mall for monks and converts Blood red flag, symbol of "no quarter" Mexican flag of 1824 Constitution (under which Travis fought) Ruins of cannon platform Low barracks and prison

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Dawn at the Alamo, Prints and Photographs Collection, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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