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Alamo Monument - 21st R.S. (1889)

Committee Members
Robert H. Burney
Henry Dearborn McDonald
George Bibb Pickett
William H. Pope
David C. Robinson

Senate members appointed 3/28/1889 pursuant to resolution by Sen. William Pope "that a committee of three members from the Senate and a like number from the House be appointed to consider the propriety of an appropriation to erect a monument at or near the site of the Alamo building in San Antonio, Tex., to commemorate the deeds of the patriots who fell in its defense" (Senate Journal, 21st R.S., p. 660).
House members listed on committee report (Senate Journal, 21st R.S., p. 709).

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