Alan C. Huffines

Alan C. Huffines is a retired military officer and combat veteran of two conflicts. He is the author of "Blood of Noble Men: The Alamo Siege and Battle, an Illustrated Chronology", "A Pilgrim Shadow", "The Texas War of Independence", and "Killed by Indians 1871." He serves as military editor for True West and as a columnist for Working Ranch magazines. He has provided historical work on numerous feature films and documentaries. He was a featured author at the 1999 and 2001 Texas Book Festival and has appeared on CSPAN's "Book TV." He is an eighth generation Texan and married to the former Caroline Cotham of North Carolina; they have four children and make their home in Buffalo Gap, Texas.

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Remember the Alamo?

It’s an odd-looking set of buildings. A single story convento and a broken church (it…