Essay discussing what the primary and secondary sources reveal and drawing substantiated conclusion regarding the question: Drawing upon modern research, what really happened at the Alamo?
*Wickipedia NOT A Valid source.
*using your background material as a frame of reference, analyze your primary and secondary sources. What do they tell you? What relationships exist? What issues were involved?
*Develop a strong concluding paragraph, reiterating all main points of evidence to “drive home” the answer to your question (stated in bold above).
*Always cite your sources where they are used! Your paper must include footnotes or endnotes that are numbered consecutively as they are used. Cite any detailed information or theory presented by one particular author whether you directly quote it or not. Always give the exact page number where information is found.
*Wikipedia NOT A Valid source.ography of all sources used. Also include Xerox copies of the title pages of books and full copies of the title pages of books and full copies of the articles you used to write your paper.
Primary/Secondary Sources I have found so far:
1) Grider, Sylvia Ann. How Texans Remember the Alamo. In Usable Pasts: Traditions and Group
Expressions in North America, edited by Tuleja Tad, 274-90. University Press of Colorado, 1997.
2) Guerra, Dora. The Alamo: A Story Bigger than Texas. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly 110, no. 3
(2007): 436-38. http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.lib.apsu.edu/stable/30240479
3) Habig, Marion A. 1968. The Alamo Chain of Missions. Franciscan Herald Press.
4) Matovina, Timothy M. 1995 . The Alamo Remembered Tejano Accounts and Perspectives. Austin: The University of Texas Press.
5) Maverick, Maury. “The Alamo: Some Misconceptions. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly 44, no. 4 (1941): 453.http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.lib.apsu.edu/stable/30235931.
6) McDonald, Archie P. 1976. Travis. Austin: Jenkins Publishing Company The pemberton Press.
7) McEnteer, James. 2004. Deep in The Heart. Westport: Praeger Publisher.
8) Sharrett, Christopher.The Alamo: Fact, Fiction and the Last Stand of History. Cinéaste 29, no. 4 (2004):
9) Swanson, Philip. Remember the Alamo? Mexicans, Texans and Americans in 1960s Hollywood. Iberoamericana (2001-) 11, no. 44 (2011): 85-100.
10) Turner, Martha Anne. 1872. William Barret Travis His Sword and His Pen. Waco: Texian Press.
11) Winders, Richard Bruce. 2002. Crisis in the Southwest: The United States, Mexico, and the Struggle Over
Texas. Wilmington: Scholarly Resources Inc. Imprint.
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