Heritage, Volume 10, Number 4, Fall 1992 Page: 11
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A sentinel posted in the church tower of San Fernando de Bexar (above) rang the bell that signalled the approach of the Mexican cavalry to those at the Alamo.
Opposite page: The "Closing Bell," at the Alamo, was made in Mexico of copper and brass.
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