The Alamo Historical Map of the Battle and Preceding Events


The ‘true’ story of the Alamo.

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“There have been many and varied opinions expressed regarding the facts of the Alamo. After extensive research, we feel the information presented on this map is as historically accurate as possible. May we express our gratitude to those who have preserved and kept alive this magnificent story of Texas heritage.” – R.G. Hartman

Remember the Alamo with this informative multi-part map that describes in detail the events leading up to the infamous last stand, beginning with the Battle of Mission Concepcion in October of 1835. A view of the fortified mission where the 13-day siege took place can be seen in the upper right, noting various structures and the alleged locations of where Travis, Bowie, and Crockett fell.

Copywritten in 1968 by R.G. Hartman of Richardson, Texas.

Source: Washington Post

Map Details

Publication Date: 1968

Author: R.G. Hartman

Sheet Width (in): 21.75

Sheet Height (in): 25

Condition: A-

Condition Description: Lightly creased along old fold lines. Very good to near fine overall.


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