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  • Mexican Law

    Mexican Law
    Mexico passes a law forbidding the sale or purchase of slaves and requiring that the children of slaves be freed when they reached fourteen. Any slave introduced into Mexico by purchase or trade would also be freed.
  • Battle of the Alamo

    Battle of the Alamo
    The Mexican government forbids further American emigration to Texas
  • No emigration allowed

    No emigration allowed
    the Mexican government forbids further American emigration to Texas.
  • Convention of 1832

    Convention of 1832
    The Convention of 1832 was called by Texans to ask for reforms in government policy towards Texas. The reforms were rejected by the Mexican government.
  • Convention of 1832

    Convention of 1832
    the Battle of Velasco. This battle saw the first casualties in relations between Texas and Mexico.
    The Convention of 1832 was called by Texans to ask for reforms in government policy towards Texas. The reforms were rejected by the Mexican government.
  • Convention 1833

    Convention 1833
    The Convention of 1833 was another attempt by Texans at reforms and they also drafted a constitution patterned after those in the United States. These measures were also rejected by the Mexican government.
  • Representative

    Representative
    Stephen Austin as a representative of the Convention of 1833 was arrested without specific charges.
  • Convention 1833

    Convention 1833
    Stephen Austin as a representative of the Convention of 1833 was arrested without specific charges.
  • Battle of Gonzales

    Battle of Gonzales
    the Battle of Gonzales is waged and the War of Texas Indepedence begins.
  • Texas Revolution

    Texas Revolution
    The Texas Revolution or Texas War of Independence was a military conflict between Mexico and settlers in the Texas portion of the Mexican state Coahuila y Tejas.
  • Battle of Goliad

    Battle of Goliad
    The Battle of Goliad takes place and ends with a victory for Texas.
  • Revolution

    Revolution
    settlers in Mexican Texas launched the Texas Revolution
  • Revolution

    Revolution
    Jim Bowie, James Fannin and 90 Texans defeated 450 Mexicans at the Battle of Concepcion, near San Antonio.
  • Battle of Conception

    Battle of Conception
    Texans are victorious at the Battle of Concepcion despite beign outnumbered 5 to 1.
  • Consitution

    Consitution
    The Consultation met to consider options for more autonomous rule for Texas. A document known as the Organic Law outlined the organization and functions of a new Provisional Government.
  • Convention of 1836

    Convention of 1836
    the Convention of 1836 begins meeting to sign a new constitution and form a new government.
  • Independance

    Independance
    the Texas Declaration of Independence is adopted.
  • Battle of Alamo

    Battle of Alamo
    the Battle of the Alamo is lost by Texas and becomes a rallying cry for the continued struggle for indepencence.
  • Goliad Massacre

    Goliad Massacre
    the Goliad Massacre takes place in which Mexican General Santa Anna orders the execution of 400 surrendered Texans. This also becomes a rallying cry for Texas independence.
  • Battle of San Jacinto

    Battle of San Jacinto
    Texans under Sam Houston soundly defeat General Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto. This victory secured Texas' Independence.
  • Surrender

    Surrender
    Texans under Sam Houston soundly defeat General Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto. This victory secured Texas' Independence.
  • Battle of Belasco

    Battle of Belasco
    The Battle of Velasco. This battle saw the first casualties in relations between Texas and Mexico.
  • Siege of Bexar

    Siege of Bexar
    the Seige of Bexar ends with the Texans capturing San Antonio.
  • Texas Independance

    Texas Independance
    After all the wars Texas becomes an in independant state.
  • Occupation

    Occupation
    San Antonio was again captured, this time by 1400 Mexican troops under Adrian Woll. Again the Mexicans retreated, but this time with prisoners.