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The A lamo. By: Ketasha Noble. Susanna Dickinson. She was born in Williamson Country, Tennessee ,on May 24,1829 at the age of only fifteen years. She died in Austin of October 7,1883. Adulthood. She was the wife of Almeron Dickinson

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The a lamo

The Alamo

By: Ketasha Noble


Susanna dickinson

Susanna Dickinson

  • She was born in Williamson Country, Tennessee ,on May 24,1829 at the age of only fifteen years.

  • She died in Austin of October 7,1883


Adulthood

Adulthood

  • She was the wife of Almeron Dickinson

  • Almeron and Susanna Dickinson had a daughter named Angelina Elizabeth


Early life

Early Life

  • Date of birth : May 24,1829

  • Place of birth : Williamson Country Tennessee

  • Parents name : Father is Gabriel ,Mother is Emily

  • Siblings : Sister is Harriet , Brother is John


Early life1

Early Life

  • Childhood : Susanna was the youngest , Susanna was orphaned when her parents died

  • Education : Went to orphan school

  • Role during the Texas History : Key part play during the revolution : Survivor in the battle of the Alamo


Final year

Final Year

  • When die : October 7, 1883

  • Where die : Austin

  • How die : illness

  • She became illness February 3 1883 and died on October 7 1883

  • Important to Texas History : Because she was married to the man who worked for the Texas Revolution


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