By Texans for Texans

Alamo Plaza by A.J. Houston, Cherry Wood Plaque

    This is the Alamo like you've never seen it. The second son of General Sam Houston & wife Margaret, Andrew Jackson Houston, created this composite of Alamo Plaza as it would have looked during the siege. It was drawn from the notes and sketches made by Texian and Mexican officers during the time of the Revolution. 

    We wanted to see Houston's work on wood. We chose cherry because this thing is full of detail and when details are burned into cherry, they really stand out. You can see every measurement, dimension and cannon, just as A. J. Houston intended.

    Measures 20" x 20" and about 3/4" thick. Has a keyhole hanger drilled in back, so it's ready to grace the wall of your choosing.