Long Barracks

Inside These Walls: A Personal Reflection on the Alamo

August 12, 2009 | By Jan Reid

The hump-backed façade of the Alamo, the 18th-Century mission chapel that actually comprised just a small part of the fabled killing field of 1836, is the profile and shrine of Texas.

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