Alamo and Surrounding Area Map
The Battle of the Alamo was a thirteen day siege of Texan American settlers at the Alamo Mission outside of San Antonio de Bexar. The defenders were led by James Bowie and William Travis, held out against the larger Mexican Army led by Antonia Lopez de Santa Anna. The siege started on 23 February and ended on 6 March when the Mexicans finally overran the Alamo.
This maps shows a high level view of the siege with modern day streets and landmarks included for reference. Small paragraph and legend are in the top right corner.
Result: Mexican Victory
Dimensions (Width x Height): 16.5x10.9
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