alamo anthology: from the pages of the alamo journal
By William Chemerka
In 1986, The Alamo Journal, the official publication of The Alamo Society, began to meet the demand of those who wanted to know more about the Alamo of history and the Alamo of popular culture. Over the years, a number of articles, penned by professional and amateur historians, have added to our collective understanding of the siege of the Alamo. As a result of the contributors' efforts since the Texas Sesquicentennial, every major book written about the Alamo and its participants has included references from The Alamo Journal. This humble volume features a representative sample of articles printed in The Alamo Journal.