This event has been cancelled.
Sharing a birthday on the same day the same month, the same year, James and Pamela Nelson lead captivating lives and are both cancer survivors. Before retirement, Pam led a prosperous career as a lawyer and James received a degree in History in 1973, embarking on a successful career as a real estate investor. They live in San Antonio, Texas, with their two Maltese, Molly and Allie. Passionate about Texas History, they spend much of their free time reading and collecting artifacts. Their home boasts a museum with over 400 artifacts from the Alamo, San Jacinto, and the Mexican American War, including documents from Zachary Taylor, Winfield Scott, Jack Hays, Samuel Walker Santa Anna, Sam Houston, and many more.
About Alamo Letters:
The novel Alamo Letters is a tale of a young Scottish immigrant whose journey takes him all the way to Texas. Arriving in 1836 at the height of the Texas Revolution, Jesse McAlester casts his lot with the Texans, becoming a Texas Ranger who helps tame the frontier. A veteran of the fight for Texas’ independence, McAlester returns to the field during the Mexican-American War.