Who designed the Alamo?

Answer The Alamo was designed without a master engineer. It was built by Indians who were indigenous to the area. They built the Alamo under the supervision of Spanish priests and it was originally named ... Read More »

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What is the Alamo associated with?

The Alamo is a former mission in San Antonio associated with the Texas Revolution. Texan insurgents took control of the Alamo and the surrounding town in December 1835. Mexican General Santa Anna b... Read More »

When did the alamo end?

The Battle of the Alamo lasted 13 days and ended on March 6, 1836. The legendary Davey Crocket and Jim Bowie were killed in the battle by General Santa Anna's troops. The battle where "Remember the... Read More »

Where was the Alamo?

The Alamo was located in the city of San Antonio, Texas. The Alamo is most famous for the last stand made by Texan revolutionaries against the Mexican army in 1836.References:The Alamo: History

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 »