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Remember the Alamo

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Amelia Edith Huddleston (1831-1919) was a British/American novelist. She wrote for religious periodicals and published a series of semi-historical tales and novels. Remember the Alamo is an historical romance written in 1888, Remember the Alamo reflects the attitudes and writing style of it's day and offers an interesting look at the Spanish and Mexican heritage of San Ant ...more
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I have no words. This book yanked my heart out and turned it over and inside out by the time I reached the last page.

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interesting take on the Alamo. It was a romance though. Not my favorite.
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Amelia Edith Barr (Huddleston) (born March 29, 1831) in Ulverston, Lancashire, England, died March 10, 1919) was a British American novelist.

In 1850 she married William Barr, and four years later they immigrated to the United States and settled in Galveston, Texas where her husband and three of their six children died of yellow fever in 1867. With her three remaining daughters, Mrs. Barr moved to
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