Texas Revoloution Timeline

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    Texas Resoulotion

  • battle of the Gonzales

    the Mexican authorities sent a force of about 100 men to repossess a cannon that had been provided the residents of Gonzales for defense against Indians. In response to the Mexican force, the Texans,loaded the cannon with scrap iron, aimed at the Mexicans, and fired the shot that began the revolution. then buried it and hung a flag saying here it is... come an take it
  • march of the mexican army

    The Mexican Army headed to San Antonio after surrendering at the Rebellion. Santa Anna was furious, and marched with them.
  • consultation of 1835

    There, they debated a new government.peace groups had got together and supported,just talking to the government, because they wanted to restore the Constitution of 1824. War groups were tired of Santa Anna and wanted the constitution restored by force if needed
  • declaration of 1835

    The Texas Declaration of Independence was the declaration of independence of the Republic of Texas from Mexico in the Texas Revolution.It was approved March 2nd, 1836.
  • surrender of mexican forces in san antonio

    Texas Army fought and defeated General Antonio López de Santa Anna's Mexican forces in a fight that lasted just eighteen minutes.
  • Texans attack of san antonio

    James Neill distracted the Mexican forces with artillery fire on the Alamo before dawn on December 5, while Milam and Francis Johnson led two squads in a surprise attack that overtook the Veramendi and Garza houses north of the plaza in San Antonio.
  • siege of the alamo

    siege of the alamo
    Mexican General Santa Anna determined to retake this key location and at the same time impress upon the Texans the futility of further resistance to Mexican rule.SomeTexans in the area took refuge in the grounds of the Alamo.
  • battle of the alamo

    battle of the alamo
    Outnumbered, the Mexican forces overwhelmed those of Texas. The Battle of the Alamo was an important point in the Texas Revolution.
  • battle of refugio

    Santa Anna determined to retake this key location and at the same time impress upon the Texans the futility of further resistance to Mexican rule.Santa Anna's army arrived in San Antonio about 23 February 1836. Some 145 Texans in the area took refuge in the fortified grounds of an old mission known as the Alamo.
  • swearing in of Texas gov. officials

    three commisioners were elected at the meeting they were:Stephen F.Austin,Branch Archer, and William Warton, and Sam Houston was named commander-in-cheif.
  • battle of the alamo,end

    battle of the alamo,end
    this date is when we lost at the Alamo and were over-powered and all died bravely but to ,to tell the story.
  • constitution of 1836

    The Texas Constitution, like that of the United States establishes the fundamental laws which all of it's citizens are governed.However, Texas has operated continuously under a constitutional government since 1824.
  • texas declaration of independence

    Immediately upon the get-togther of the Convention of 1836 on March 1, a committee of five of its delegates were appointed to draft the document. Its importance was huge because while it was being done, the Alamo in San Antonio was under seige by Santa Anna's army of Mexico.