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Where was the site of this “grisly spectacle?”
Who commanded the Mexican Army during the assault on the Alamo?
The body of which prominent Texan drew the eye of Susana Dickinson as she left the fort?
How did the Mexicans dispose of the defenders’ bodies?
How did Santa Anna respond during the battle’s aftermath?
The final death in the aftermath of the Alamo was ____.
What did Santa Anna believe was not needed for battle?
Where were the non-combatant women and children during the final assault?
In terms of sheer numbers, one might classify the battle of the Alamo as a simple skirmish.
While leaving the Alamo, Susana Dickinson was wounded.