Mr.M Jesica Buie

  • A special grant.

    A special grant.
    Stephen F. Austin received a grant from the mexican government and began colonization in the region of the Brazos river.
  • Relations

    Relations between the texans and mexico reached a new law when mexico forbid further imigration into the United States.
  • Battle of Velasco

    Battle of Velasco
    The Battle of Velasco resulted in the first casualties in Texas' relations with mexico.
  • Revolution

    Texas repulsed a detachment of Mexican cavalry at the Battle of Gonzales. The revolution began.
  • Campaign of 1835

    Campaign of 1835
    The Goliad campaign of 1835 ended when George Collingsworth, Ben Milam, and 49 other Texans stormed the presidio at Goliad and a small detachment of Mexican defenders.
  • Defeatment

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

    The consultation met to consider options for more autonomus rule for texas.
  • A Win!

    A Win!
    The Grass Fight near San Antonio was won by the Texans under the order of Jim Bowie and Ed Burleson
  • Sweet Surrender

    Sweet Surrender
    Mexicans under general Cos surrendered San Antonio to the Texans.
  • Texas Declaratin

    Texas Declaratin
    The Texas Declaration of Indepedence was signed by the membersof the convention of 1836.
  • Surprise!

    Texas under colonel William B Travis were overwhelmed by the mexican army after a two week sieg at the Battle of the Alamo.
  • Death

    Jim Bowie died.
  • East!

    Sam Houston abandoned Gonzales in a general retreat eastward to avoid the invading mexican army.
  • Execution.

    James Fannin and nearly 400 Texans were executed by the Mexicans at the Goliad Massacre, under control of Santa Anna.
  • San Jacinto

    San Jacinto
    Texans under Sam Houston routed the Mexican forces of Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacitno.
  • Bold and Penetrying!

    Bold and Penetrying!
    The Battle of Plum Creek, near present day Lockheart, ended the boldest and most penetraying comanche challenge of the Texas Rebublic.
  • First Time

    First Time
    A Mexican force of over 500 men under Rafael Vasquez invaded Texas for the first time since the revolution.
  • Captured!

    San Antonio was again captured, this time by 1400 Mexican troops under Adrian Woll.
  • Heading Out

    Heading Out
    Some 300 members of the Somervell force set out to continue raids in Mexico,
  • Removing.

    Under orders of Sam Houston, officials arrived in Austin to romove the records of the Republic of Texas to the city of Houston, touching of the bloodless Archives War.
  • Black Beans!

    Black Beans!
    Seventeen Texans were executed in what bacame known as the Black Bean Episode.
  • Sneaky Sneaky

    Sneaky Sneaky
    The Texan's Snively expedition reached the Santa Fe Trail, expecting to capture Mexican wagons crossing territory claimed bt Texas.
  • James Polk

    James Polk
    U.S. president James Polk, followed through on a campaign platform promising to annex Texas, and signed legislation making Texas the 28th state of the U.S.A
  • Boundaries

    The Mexican-American war ignited s a result of disputes over claims to Texas boundaries.
  • Compromis of 1850

    Compromis of 1850
    In a plan to settle boundary disputes and pay her piblic dept, Texas relinquished about one-third of her territory in the compromis of 1850, in exchange for $10,000,000 from the U.S.A.
  • Suceded!

    Texas seceded from the Federal Union, following a 171 to 6 vote by the secession convention.