The three questions you MUST answer:
1. What can we learn from analyzing primary sources?
2. What are some differences/similarities between travis’s letter, De La Pena’s letter, and Hardin’s analysis of the conflict. Why might these exist?
3. How does the story of the Alamo relate to the present?
This essay must be AT LEAST 600 words, and must have at least THREE paragraphs.
This essay also must be written in the past tense, third person formal style. (No I, We, Us, etc.)
The Introduction should consist of thesis statement, and a brief summary of your argument(s) in support of it.
In the main body(s) be sure to expand the arguments and elaborate on facts supporting your thesis.
(Linked below are the passages you must read to write the essay)