What day did the Alamo fall?

Answer The Alamo was the site of a battle between Texans, Tejano volunteers and Mexican troops led by Gen. Santa Anna. The Texans held the fort for 13 days, mostly with a small force of militia fighters, ... Read More »

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What does"alamo"mean?

The word "alamo" is a Spanish word meaning cottonwood. The Alamo was part of the old mission complex in San Antonio, Texas used as the headquarters of a Spanish cavalry unit in the early 19th centu... Read More »

How did the Alamo get its name?

The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, was originally known as Mission San Antonio de Valero. It was one of five Spanish missions established by Franciscans in he late 1700s and was the first set along t... Read More »

What does alamo mean?

The name "alamo" most likely refers to an area with cottonwood trees, since "alamo" is Spanish for cottonwood. After the San Antonio de Valero Mission in Texas was abandoned in 1793, Spanish soldie... Read More »