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Santa Anna spared no male survivors of the battle however he did release, unharmed, several females and children. Susanna Dickinson and her small daughter are probably the most famous.
Joe", the personal manservant of Col. Travis was one of the few African- Americans present at the battle. Santa Anna spared only the women and the children and… a few...
The husband and father of two of the Alamo’s few survivors. This figure has Dickinson firing his old blunderbuss at the advancing Mexicans.
Capt. Baugh was the Adjutant of the Alamo Garrison and a native of Virginia.
Fuentes was one of a small group of native Texans recruited by Juan Seguin who fought and died during the final battle.
A member of the New Orleans Grays who, like his comrades-in-arms, died at the Alamo.
Colonel de la Pena was one of the most interesting “personalities” of the Battle of the Alamo because he took part in the battle and wrote a record of it....
The famous inventor of the knife and one of the Alamo’s most famous defenders was actually on his sick bed when the final battle took place...Even though weak Bowie puts...
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This is the second figure of this Scottish Alamo defender K&C have made and the “first” to show him playing the bag pipes. McGregor born in Scotland in 1808, was...
Out of ammunition, the famous Frontiersman swings the butt of his rifle and knocks down two of the enemy infantry...their discarded muskets are included.
Two of the defenders making every shot count in the doomed battle...
One of Davy Crockett’s backwoods volunteers who journeyed with him to Texas to join the fight for Texan independence.
This Pennsylvania native was born in 1800 and moved to Texas in 1835. He took part in the siege of Bexar and became part of the Alamo garrison where he...
This Louisiana man was one of just 23 men from this volunteer militia unit that fought and died at the Alamo on that fateful morning of March 6, 1836. He...
Micajah Autry, originally from North Carolina was born in 1793 and fought previously in the War of 1812. A well-read and educated man he had been a farmer, teacher and...
A recent migrant to Texas, he came to seek his fortune and adventure... At the Alamo he will find neither but well-armed with his rifle, a pistol and a knife...
Another of the Easterners who sought their future in Texas. Here he advances on the Mexican infantry storming over the wall in early dawn of March 6.
In the early hours of March 1, 1836 a small, mounted force of 32 men picked their way carefully through the Mexican lines and then made a mad, wild dash...
The youngest volunteer in the Ranger Company and also one of the youngest in the entire Alamo Garrison... just 16 years old. His father was to have been part of...
Tom Millar was a member of the Gonzales Ranging Company of Mounted Volunteers. Under the command of Lieut. George C. Kimble and Capt. Albert Martin, Millar and 30 other men...
Another horseman of the Gonzales Ranging Company armed only with a pistol.
Originally born in England he moved to Texas from Mississippi where he had been a farmer. At the Alamo he was a member of Capt. William Carey’s artillery company. Here,...
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Although most of the hostile Indians Custer faced at the Little Big Horn were Sioux and Cheyenne a number of other tribes were also present... Among them a young warrior...