The Alamo Society was founded in 1986 by William (Bill) Chemerka for the purpose of honoring, exploring and preserving the history of the Alamo and the historical legacy of those who fought and died at the Battle of the Alamo and at other battles of the Texas Revolution.


Since it founding, it has become an international organization with a diverse membership and includes scholars, researchers, historians, archaeologists, writers, artists, musicians, enthusiasts of all ages, and descendants of the

fallen at the historic battle.


Members of THE ALAMO SOCIETY assemble annually in San Antonio, Texas to commemorate the fall of the Alamo on March 6, 1836, and to pay tribute to the brave individuals who contributed to Texas' courageous struggle for independence.


THE ALAMO SOCIETY communicates with its membership through The Alamo Dispatch (digital media) and by providing a forum for news and discussion on our Facebook page. Topics may vary from the Alamo of history to the Alamo of pop culture; current preservation efforts, events of the Texas Revolution, the Spanish and Tejano legacy, the Mexican Army and Soldado, and many other related topics.


The Alamo Society was founded in 1986 by William (Bill) Chemerka for the purpose of honoring, exploring and preserving the history of the Alamo and the historical legacy of those who fought and died at the Battle of the Alamo and at other battles of the Texas Revolution.


Since it founding, it has become an international organization with a diverse membership and includes scholars, researchers, historians, archaeologists, writers, artists, musicians, enthusiasts of all ages, and descendants of the

fallen at the historic battle.


Members of THE ALAMO SOCIETY assemble annually in San Antonio, Texas to commemorate the fall of the Alamo on March 6, 1836, and to pay tribute to the brave individuals who contributed to Texas' courageous struggle for independence.


THE ALAMO SOCIETY communicates with its membership through The Alamo Dispatch (digital media) and by providing a forum for news and discussion on our Facebook page. Topics may vary from the Alamo of history to the Alamo of pop culture; current preservation efforts, events of the Texas Revolution, the Spanish and Tejano legacy, the Mexican Army and Soldado, and many other related topics.

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The Annual ALAMO SOCIETY Symposium

Saturday March 7th 2020 • Menger Hotel • San Antonio

Saturday March 6th 2021 • Menger Hotel • San Antonio

Saturday March 5th 2022 • Menger Hotel • San Antonio


DUES: 

$20.00 annually, due on January 1st of each year

Payable by check or money order (US funds only).

Make payable to: Brian Gibson

Mail to: Brian Gibson • 819 Wintergreen Dr. • Hastings MI 49085


CONTACT INFORMATION:

(269) 953.0066  Brian Gibson

(210) 561.0665  John L. Hinnant

(720) 982.8283  Glenn Effler