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  2. Susanna Dickinson - Wikipedia

    Susanna Wilkerson Dickinson (1813 – October 7, 1883) and her infant daughter, Angelina, were among the few American survivors of 1836 Battle of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution. Her husband, Almaron Dickinson, and 185 other Texian defenders were killed by the Mexican Army.

  3. Susannah Dickinson - HISTORY

    Susannah (or Susanna) Wilkerson was born in Tennessee around 1814; she married Almaron Dickinson at the age of 15 and the young couple soon settled in the DeWitt colony in Texas, then under...

  4. Susanna Dickinson - Kids | Britannica Kids | Homework Help

    Susanna Dickinson was one of the few people who survived the famous battle of the Alamo in 1836. She was charged with telling Sam Houston, the commander of the Texan army, about the defeat at the Alamo. Early Life Susanna Wilkerson, or Wilkinson, was born about 1814 in Tennessee. She never learned how to read or write.

  5. Susanna Dickinson | The Alamo

    Susanna Wilkerson was born in Tennessee around 1814. On May 24, 1829, Susanna married Almaron Dickinson in Bolivar, Tennessee. The couple migrated to Texas in 1830, arriving in Gonzales on February 20, 1831. The couple’s only child, Angelina Elizabeth Dickinson, was born in Gonzales on December 14, 1834.

  6. Susanna DickinsonTexas Monthly

    SHE BECAME AN INSTANT HEROINE by surviving the fall of the Alamo on March 6, 1836. Susanna Dickinson was only 21 and the mother of a baby daughter when she sought shelter inside the walls of the...

  7. Susanna Dickinson | Humanities Texas

    The woman, Susanna Dickinson, was the wife of Alamo defender Almaron Dickinson. She and her baby were hiding in the Alamo's chapel when Mexican troops bayoneted her husband and took the mission. Dickinson had come to Texas with her husband from Tennessee in 1831, when she was seventeen.

  8. Susanna Dickinson Timeline

    Timeline Description: Susanna Dickinson was a Texas woman in the early days of Texas. She is known now as "Messenger of the Alamo" for her bravery and intelligence during the Battle for the Alamo. Loading Timeline... Susanna was born sometime in 1814 in Tennessee.

  9. Born Susanna Wilkerson in Tennessee, she was the wife of Captain Almaron Dickinson and was the sole adult Anglo survivor that witnessed the massacre at the Battle of the Alamo. On the morning of March 6, 1836, as the troops of General Antonio López de Santa Anna stormed the mission, Captain Dickinson...

  10. Susana Dickinson (1814-1883) - Texas Proud

    Susana Dickinson, no doubt, would agree. She will always be remembered as the sole adult Anglo survivor that witnessed the massacre at the Battle of the Alamo. Susana was born in middle Tennessee about 1814 as Susana (often written Susanna) Wilkerson. At the age of only fifteen years, she married Almaron Dickinson in Hardeman County, Tennessee.

  11. About the Susanna Dickinson Museum |

    Joseph Hannig built this home in 1869 for his new wife, Susanna Dickinson. She survived the Battle of the Alamo and carried the news of its fall to Sam Houston, which ultimately led to Houston's defeat of Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto and won independence for the Republic of Texas.