Alamo Flag
There is no evidence that the flag commonly known as the Alamo Flag was over flown by the Texans during the famous battle. Many people believe the flags origins lie in the fact that the Texans wanted to restore the Mexican Constitution of 1824, and hence used the colors and design of the Mexican flag, but replaced the eagle with the 1824 text, but even this claim is disputed. It is thought that Philip Dimmit, the commander of Goliad garrison, designed a rough version from which the currently commonly known Alamo Flag evolved. He wrote to Stephen Austin in 1835, stating ""I have had a flag made - the colours, and their arrangement the same as the old one - with the words and figures, 'Constitution of 1824,' displayed on the white, in the center."[1].
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