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Four days after the Declaration of Independence, news came to the convention on the Brazos of the desperate plight of Colonel William Barret Travis, under siege at the Alamo in San Antonio. Sam Houston, commander-in-chief of the Texas Army, left Washington post-haste for Gonzales, to, take command of the troops there and go to the aid of Travis. He arrived there on the 11th, and at about dark learned from two Mexicans who had just arrived from San Antonio that the Alamo had fallen and its 183 brave defenders massacred. This was confirmed two days later by Mrs. Almeron Dickinson who had been released by the Mexicans after seeing her lieutenant husband killed in the old mission.

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Super Mega Bag 200 Collector Pins

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Bag of 200 Texas Shape Collector Pins

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We often have requests for an inexpensive Texas item that one can hand out during travels and we found out the Mega Bag was not enough for some of you....
So if you're buying for a field trip or plan to give tons of these out during your travels, This is the Super Big ticket. 100 Texas Shaped Collector Pins, all in one big bag, just for you (and whoever you're going to share these awesome pins with!)

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