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Susanna of the Alamo: A True Story Paperback – August 24, 1990
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From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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but it's not. It's the story of a real woman who survived the battle of the Alamo, along w/ her young daughter. Her husband, and all the other men from the Alamo were not so fortunate.
With great strength of character, even during her grief, she stood up to Santa Anna refusing his offers of charity. She carried the tale of the Alamo defeat to San Houston. Her message helped to galvanize -- motivate -- the troops to push on towards victory.
Written by John Jakes, this is not a tale for young pre-school aged children. It's definately more of a historical sort of resource for those doing research or interested in that time/era/place.
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Wonderful book for" all "ages to quickly learn the legend of the Alamo.
Good for 10 year olds to retirees.
this book was very general in nature, and did not have any real important factsPublished 22 months ago by jack ayoub
For a kid with a vivid imagination you need to carefully pre read this book before giving it away. It is accurate however the details of the battle are very vivid.Published on January 30, 2014 by CAROLYN W WOODARD
Truth is always most enjoyable than fiction. A story of a very brave woman who lived through a nightmare; has been a favorite of mine for a long time.Published on June 1, 2013 by Virginia
Bought it for children.
Most seem to like it
Most have heard aboout the Alamo.
Pictorial presentations of the Alamo seem realistic.