Susanna of the Alamo

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Susanna was spared death at the Alamo by Mexico’s General Santa Anna so that she could bear witness of his night to Sam Houston’s rebel Texas army. But Susanna scorned the general’s attempt to make her his emissary. John Jakes tells a story of bravery and spirit that has significance for all time. Paul Bacon’s masterful illustrations join with the text to draw the reader right into the heart of this deeply moving struggle for liberty.

Pages: 32

Pages: 32

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‘Remember the Alamo!’ resonates through history–a cry that evokes memories of Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie, an William Barrett Travis–three of the many heroes who died there. But few remember Susanna Dickinson, the woman of quiet courage and unwavering resolve who survived the massacre to tell its story.

  • Knowledge Box Central families: Use this alongside the Westward Expansion booklets.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: Read for 1 week; this is a replacement for Life at the Alamo.
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