Travis orders withdrawal to Alamo compound and Almonte asks Texans to surrender.
Cannons fired, James Bowie falls ill, and Travis writes famous letter asking for reinforcements
Mexicans fight with Texans for two hours and advance within 50-100 yards of Alamo. Travis also sends Juan Seguin to find Sam Houston and ask for help.
Mexicans attacked the Texans while trying to acquire water and other supplies. Texans fired eastern cannons as well.
The Mexican cut off the San Antonio river to the Texans, eliminating all the water. Texans kept firing at Mexicans trying to create entrenchments closer to Alamo.
Help arrives from Gonzales and the Texans 12 pounder cannon hits Santa Anna's camp.
Declaration of Independence was adopted at convention at Washington on Brazos, defenders at Alamo have no knowledge of this
Attacks continues, Travis sends out last letters for help, and James Bonham returns from trying to recruit help.
Travis gathers army for line in sand speech and share no help is coming. Santa Anna moves closer in the night and plans outs attack from all sides.
The Texans fought hard firing cannons and rifles in the long range fight while, fighting with knives and clubs within Alamo walls. The Mexicans outnumbered them and continued to kill all defenders.