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Enrique Esparza and the Battle of the Alamo

Susan Taylor Brown

Enrique Esparza and the Battle of the Alamo

by Susan Taylor Brown

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Published by Lernerclassroom .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsReeves, Jeni
The Physical Object
Paginationp.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25548478M
ISBN 100761339426
ISBN 109780761339427
OCLC/WorldCa526026988

Enrique Esparza and the Battle of the Alamo (History Speaks: Picture Books Plus Reader's Theater) eBook: Brown, Susan Taylor, Reeves, Jeni: : Kindle StoreReviews: 1. Enrique Esparza and the Battle of the Alamo (History Speaks: Picture Books Plus Reader's Theater by Susan Taylor Brown; illustrated by Jeni Reeves, (review copy) Texas history is the focus of fourth grade social studies in the Lone Star state. That is a happy year for those students as they study the story of the state's founding and its struggle for independence.

Ana Salazar de Esparza, wife of Gregorio, had with her their three sons, including Enrique, who grew up to provide substantial interviews on the battle in his old age, and their stepdaughter María de Jesús Castro Salazar. Although her relationship to the Esparzas is not entirely clear, Petra Gonzales was also part of the Esparza party. Enrique Esparza/Battle of/Alamo(G): Susan Taylor Brown: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Reviews: 1.

Enrique Esparza and the Battle of the Alamo. Summary Note: summary text provided by external source. Please note that the Lexile measures for a small population of books have been recently updated. Enhancements were made to more precisely measure materials read in K-2 classrooms. Although the vast majority of books that have Lexile measures. José Gregorio Esparza (Febru – March 6, ), also known as Gregorio Esparza, was the last Texan defender to enter the Alamo during the early days of March in the Siege of the Alamo and was the only one that was not burned in the pyres. He had brought his family into the Alamo compound along with him. They were able to survive the battle and were not executed by the Allegiance: Republic of Texas.


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Enrique Esparza and the Battle of the Alamo by Susan Taylor Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

In earlytrouble broke out in Texas. Mexican General Santa Anna and his army came to battle the Texans in San Antonio at the Alamo. Eight-year-old Enrique Esparza witnessed the battle.

His father was a soldier with the Texas army. The whole Esparza family had taken shelter at the Alamo, but they knew it might be dangerous.5/5. Eight-year-old Enrique Esparza witnessed the battle. His father was a soldier with the Texas army. The whole Esparza family had taken shelter at the Alamo, but they knew it might be dangerous.

Would they survive. In the back of this book, you’ll find a script and instructions for putting on a reader’s theater performance of this adventure.5/5(1). Eight-year-old Enrique Esparza witnessed the battle. His father was a soldier with the Texas army. The whole Esparza family had taken shelter at the Alamo, but they knew it might be dangerous.

Would they survive. In the back of this book, you’ll find a script and instructions for putting on a reader’s theater performance of this : Susan Taylor Brown. Book Synopsis.

In earlytrouble broke out in Texas. Texas was part of Mexico, yet many of its settlers wanted to fight for independence. Mexican General Santa Anna and his army came to battle the Texans in San Antonio at the Alamo. Eight-year-old Enrique Esparza witnessed the battle. His father was a soldier with the Texas army.

Enrique Esparza and the battle of the Alamo. [Susan Taylor Brown; Jeni Reeves] -- Describes what happened during the siege at the Alamo inas experienced by young Enrique Esparza and his family, and includes a script and instructions for staging a theatrical performance of.

This book is based on the true story of young Enrique Esparza who took shelter at the Alamo with his family when Mexican General Santa Anna and his army came to battle the Texans in San Antonio. The book is out in both hardback and paperback at the same time which I.

Enrique Esparza and The Battle of the Alamo is part of the History Speaks Series: Picture Books Plus Reader’s Theater. Brown’s suspenseful, dramatic telling and solid research, complemented by Jeni Reeves’s stunning oil paintings, make this true story one that will surely engage young readers and spark their interest for more.

Enrique Esparza was eight years old at the time of the siege -- old enough to retain coherent memories. His father Gregorio Esparza, was in the Texan army and stationed at the Alamo. The rest of the family -- Enrique, his mother, older sister, and three younger brothers -- fled to the Alamo.

Eight-year-old Enrique Esparza witnessed the battle. His father was a soldier with the Texas army. The whole Esparza family had taken shelter at the Alamo, but they knew it might be dangerous. Would they survive. In the back of this book, you'll find a script and instructions for putting on a reader's theater performance of this adventure.

His father was killed in the defense of the Alamo. In an interview with Charles Merritt Barnes, writer for the San Antonio Express, inEsparza begins his narration concerning his Alamo experience by saying, "All the others are dead.

I alone live of they who were within the Alamo when it fell. Don Enrique Esparza, survivor of the Alamo battle, Summary Don Enrique Esparza, full-length portrait, seated, facing front.

Created / Published [between andfrom a photograph taken between and ] Headings. In earlytrouble broke out in Texas. Texas was part of Mexico, yet many of its settlers wanted to fight for independence.

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Esparza, Enrique, Juvenile literature Juvenile Nonfiction | History | Military & Wars Juvenile Nonfiction | History | United States - 19th Century. Published on The son of Alamo Defender Gregorio Esparza, Enrique Esparza witnessed the brutal battle of the Alamo as an eight.

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[Susan Taylor Brown; Jeni Reeves] -- In eight-year-old Enrique Esparza witnesses the battle at the Alamo between Texas and Mexico for the independence of Texas. Includes a script for reader's theater. Since the death of Senora Candelaria Villanueva, several years ago at the age of there is but one person alive who claims to have been in the siege of the person is Enrique Esparza, now 74 years old, who, firm-stepped, clear-minded and clear-eyed, bids fair to live to the age of the woman who for so long shared honors with him.

In earlytrouble broke out in Texas. Texas was part of Mexico, yet many of its settlers wanted to fight for independence. Mexican General Santa Anna and his army came to battle the Texans in San Antonio at the -year-old Enrique Esparza witnessed the battle.

His father was a soldier. The last eye witness to the battle of the Alamo. At age eight, Enrique witnessed one of the bloodiest battles in history. His father, Gregorio Esparza, was killed in the fighting on that day, March 6, Enrique died in San Antonio, Texas of natural causes at age Enrique Esparza s/o Jose Gregorio Esparza and Ana Salazar was born in San Fernando de Bexar when Texas was part of Mexico.

He is Burial: El Carmen Cemetery, Losoya, Bexar .Click to read more about Enrique Esparza and the Battle of the Alamo by Susan Taylor Brown. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5(2).Eight-year-old Enrique Esparza witnessed the battle.

His father was a soldier with the Texas army. The whole Esparza family had taken shelter at the Alamo, but they knew it might be dangerous. Would they survive? In the back of this book, you'll find a script and instructions for putting on a reader's theater performance of this adventure.5/5(1).