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    I love it but what I dont want is new bildings in the alamo it represents the freedom that the died for auer independens and the sode liav it how it is

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    Cool alamo and have fun also i talk spanish cool huh be the texan ;)♡lo ve the alamo •°)☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆•○●

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    Revisionist history has triumphed! Read Congressman Lincoln’s letter to Mexico in which he apologized for having taken the northern third of their country. {letter is in museum in Monterrey, Mex.}. The Alamo is where the process started… all in the name of ‘Manifest Destiny’… that God Himself has ordained that the U,S. go “…from sea to shining sea…” despite the fact that the land was already part of a sovereign nation.

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    Although I no longer live in Texas (not by choice), I was born and raised in Texas and The Alamo is a big part of Texas history that I grew up learning about in school. My husband and I visited it on our honeymoon 7 years ago. I think people are missing the point. It is more than a tourist attraction, it is a huge part of Texas history and The Alamo stands as a reminder of what took place there. If I remember correctly the sign requests no pictures were out of respect for lives lost as it is a memorial site.