SC Heroes of the Alamo – Texas, South Carolina
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Holding a special place in US history, the Battle of the Alamo (1836) is revered as an example of patriotism and sacrifice in the face of great odds. With a contingent of less than 200 men, co-commander and South Carolinian William Barret Travis held the vastly more numerous Mexican troops at bay during a thirteen-day siege. All but two of the defenders perished in the ensuing onslaught, including a total of seven men from our state. Travis is known for his eloquent letter, To the People of Texas and All Americans in the World.
Read the SCIWAY News article, South Carolina’s Heroes of the Alamo.
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