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(7-2007) Enlarge Looking along the line of the original cedar palisade wall which was defended by Crockett and his Tennessean's
 
Interpretive Markers:
Marker in lower right of picture

Defense of the Alamo
Founding of the mission and origin of name

 

(7-2007) Enlarge Rock wall in background outlines the approximate location of a section of the Low Barracks (south wall). Blue arrow in upper right corner is pointing to a partial reproduction of the southwest corner of the Alamo compound. The 18-pdr was mounted there. Click here for photo of original 18-pdr. No identification was on or near the cannon. Staff advised that it was the real one. The view is looking west

     

(7-2007) Enlarge Rock wall outlining section of the Low Barracks (south wall). The interpretive marker marks the site of the main gateway to the Alamo compound. Long Barrack and Alamo Church in background. View looking northeast
 
Interpretive Marker:

South wall/low barracks and main gateway

 

(7-2007) Enlarge View looking west, toward site of the west wall just inside the building in right background. The rock wall outlining a section of the Low Barracks (south wall) is to the left

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