I know what you’re getting at, but no, I don’t think Travis - who had a bit of a shady past himself - is all that controversial around here. Most folks here probably don’t know many details about his life. If you’re thinking that the local Mexican-American population regrets that Mexico “lost” Texas and its later joining the United States many may have thought so back in 1836, but I doubt any think so now. Besides, the Alamo was a sound defeat of Texican forces (Santa Anna won big time) but it was the prelude to the even bigger Mexican loss at San Jacinto. Most of the Alamo defenders weren’t local to Texas.Royal, do you think that Travis might be even more controversial in San Antonio than a Confederate statue? Given the large Latino population there?