Oh yeah, I forgot to mention. In the museum/gift shop, I can forgive the stupid Reginaldo, at The Alamo children's book. All historical site gift shops have sappy children's versions of the events. Usually the main character is a boy or girl (just like you!) who is witness to the events, but in this case Reginaldo is a dog. Brutal. This is a particularly bad example, but no one's going to attract John Updike to write this tripe, so you have to cut everyone some slack.
I cannot forgive the blade labeled "mideivel" knife. When you are a museum, you have to get at least one vowel out of four correct on every display. This telling detail provides insight into why their histories are Texacentric.