William Travis' Last Letter from the Alamo

This framed museum replica is 25" x 18" and is accompanied by a transcript in a matching frame (right), $325 for the pair

Considered to be one of the most heroic documents in American History, this call to arms by William Barret Travis was carried through enemy lines by Albert Martin, a 30 year old Tennessean.

In response, 32 brave men bid farewell to their families and rode with Martin from Gonzales to the Alamo, which was surrounded by over 5,000 of Santa Anna's best troops. In the pre-dawn hours on the first March, the men from Gonzales fought their way through the Mexican lines – no other help was able to reach Travis in time. The Alamo fell on March 6, 1836, and the 182 defenders were lost in the name of Texas Liberty.

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