Susanna Dickinson

SuEnglish: Description: Portrait of Susanna Dick...sanna Dickinson (1814 – 1883) was one of the few survivors released by Santa Anna as a messenger to Sam Houston and all of Texas about the fate of the Alamo defenders. Wife of Almaron Dickinson, a lost defender of the Alamo, Susanna witnessed the heroic actions of those fighting for the Texas Revolution. Joining her husbandin San Antonio, she and her infant daughter sought safety behind the wall of the mission as Santa Anna’s army marched into town. Once the battle ensued on February 23rd, 1836, Susanna described the “Fall of the Alamo” and the aftermath of one of the greatest battles to ever be remembered.

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