David g burnet

David Burnet's-Celeste N-Timeline of the Texas Revolution

  • Period: to

    David Burnet-Celeste N-Timeline of the Texas Rovolution

  • • Stephen F. Austin settles 300 colonist in Texas

    •	Stephen F. Austin settles 300 colonist in Texas
    Staphen F. Austin was appointed to take 300 families to Texas so Texas would become larger and the land would become developed. Workbook pg. 175
  • Stephen F. Austin takes 300: Good for both sides

    Stephen F. Austin takes 300: Good for both sides
    Its is good that Stephen took because it increased Texas population and let people start a new life
  • The Fredonian Rebellion

    The Fredonian Rebellion
    Haden and Benjamin Edwards revolted against Mexico and Texas by starting the capitol of Fredonia on December 21, 1826 because they didn't get their land grant. The Mexican government sent troops along with Stephen F. Austin and the two brothers fled. handbookoftexas.com
  • Fredonian Rebellion: Mexico Wins

    Fredonian Rebellion: Mexico Wins
    The Edwards brothers are complete idiots. They are making Mexico suspicious of all the Texans when we arent even doing anything.
  • Mier y Teran Report

    Mier y Teran Report
    General Manuel Mier y Teran was sent to investigate Texas and he exaggerated on all of the things that were wrong with Texas. His report made it clear that Mexico needed to gain control of Texas. pg 194 in textbook2-1-12
  • Mier y Teran Report: good for mexico

    Mier y Teran Report: good for mexico
    The report was horrible for Texas because we werent doing much wrong. Mexico does not need to take controll.
  • Law of April 6th, 1830

    Law of April 6th, 1830
    The Mexican officials passed the law of April 6, 1830 because they wanted to further control Texas. The law included many provisions and angered Texans.
  • April 6, 1830: for Mexico

    April 6, 1830: for Mexico
    The law of April 6, 1830 is a horrible law. It prohibits any more slaves. Who will work for us now and now apparently we have customs duties on ONLY American items. It is not fair.
  • Conflict in Anahuac

    Conflict in Anahuac
    When William T. Logan came to Anahuac he started conflict by looking for his run away slaves who Bradburn had hidden and refused to let him take. Pg 198, 199 in textbook
  • Anahuac: Bad for Texas

    Anahuac: Bad for Texas
    The Anahuac occurances didnt really have anything to do wtih Mexico, but the slaves should have been let go. In the end when they did go free Bradburn was angry and started gathering troops.
  • The Turtle Bayou Resolutions

    The Turtle Bayou Resolutions
    While colonists waited for the cannon to be brought they drafted The Turtle Bayou Resolutions.The resolutions pledged their loyalty to Mexico. handbookoftexas.com
    textbook pg 199
  • Turtle Bayou Resolutions: both sides

    Turtle Bayou Resolutions: both sides
    This was good for both sides because it didnt make Mexico suspicious of the Texans and it let Mexico know we were loyal to them.
  • Santa Anna Takes over Mexican Government

    Santa Anna Takes over Mexican Government
    On March 29, !833 Santa Anna takes over the Mexican government because he wanted total power and dictatorship. He killed everyone who got in his way. texasalmanac.com
  • Santa Anna takes over: for Mexico

    Santa Anna takes over: for Mexico
    This is horrible. Santa Anna is going to kill all of us for doing nothing wrong. We were supposed to be living in a democracy, not a dictatorschip.
  • Convention of 1833

    Convention of 1833
    William Wharton was the leader of the second convention where they drafted proposals as they had in their earlier convention, but this time they drafted a constitution for the new Mexican state. Textbook pg 200
  • Convention: Good for Texas

    Convention: Good for Texas
    It was good for Texas because we had an opportunity to draft the constitution for our new state.
  • Stephen F. Austin is arrested

    Stephen F. Austin is arrested
    On December !0, 1833 Stephen F Austin is arrested in Mexico because an angry letter that he had written was intercepted by Mexican government. pg 202 in textbook
  • Stephen F Austin Arrest: Bad for both sides

    Stephen F Austin Arrest: Bad for both sides
    I think that when Stephen was arrested Mexico gained nothing from it, but that i what mainly led Stephen to believe that the only way was war.
  • Battle of Gonzalez

    Battle of Gonzalez
    In 1831, Mexican authorities gave the settlers of Gonzales a small cannon to help protect them from frequent Comanche raids. in 1835 Colonel Domingo de Ugartechea felt it unwise to leave the residents of Gonzales a weapon and requested the return of the cannon.When the initial request was refused, Ugartechea sent 100 soldiers to take the cannon, but when they saw the Texans ready to fight they ran away. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Gonzales
  • Battle of Gonzalas: good for Texas

    Battle of Gonzalas: good for Texas
    The Battle of Gonzalas was good for Texas because is showed Mexico that we wont be pushed around and they cant take what is rightfully ours.
  • Battle of the Alamo

    Battle of the Alamo
    In the early morning hours of March 6, the Mexican Army advanced on the Alamo. After repulsing two attacks, Texians were unable to fend off a third attack. As Mexican soldiers scaled the walls, most of the Texian soldiers withdrew into interior buildings. Defenders unable to reach these points were slain by the Mexican cavalry as they attempted to escape. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Alamo
  • Alamo: Mexico wins

    Alamo: Mexico wins
    The Alamo was an important battle in Texas history, but also one of the saddest.
  • Convention of 1836 (Texas Declaration of Independence)

    Convention of 1836 (Texas Declaration of Independence)
    The Convention was called to order on March 1, and the following day adopted the Texas Declaration of Independence, written by George Childress. Delegates elected an interim government, led by President David G. Burnet and developed a Texas Constitution, which they based primarily on the Constitution of the United States. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convention_of_1836
  • convention of 1836: Texas

    convention of 1836: Texas
    It was good for Texas because we were able to write our constitution.
  • Massacre at Goliad

    Massacre at Goliad
    When the Texan survivors of the Almamo were taken out of Mexican prison and killed. video notes
  • Goliad: Mexico won

    Goliad: Mexico won
    All of our fellow soldiers were killed by the Mexican army at the Massacre at Goliad. that is one war won.
  • runaway scrape

    runaway scrape
    When all of the Texans got scared of Santa Anna and ran away to Louisanna or the United States. Video notes
  • Runaway Scrape: Texas

    Runaway Scrape: Texas
    Texas was pretty much the winner of The Runaway Scrape because they got away from Santa Anna.
  • Battle of San Antonio

    Battle of San Antonio
    In April 1836, galvanized by the Mexican brutality at the Alamo, and in other areas as well, Sam Houston's outnumbered but determined men soundly thrashed the enemy in less than twenty minutes to win freedom for Texas. wikipedia
  • San Antonio Battle: Texas wins

    San Antonio Battle: Texas wins
    Texas won the Battle of San Antonio. This is a just one step closer to us gaining independance.
  • Battle of San Jacinto

    Battle of San Jacinto
    Led by General Sam Houston, the Texian Army engaged and defeated General Antonio López de Santa Anna's Mexican forces in a fight that lasted just eighteen minutes. About 630 of the Mexican soldiers were killed and 730 captured, while only nine Texans died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_San_Jacinto
    2-8-12 2-8-12
  • Battle of San Jacinto: Texas Wins

    Battle of San Jacinto: Texas Wins
    The Texans were the winners of this battle. Also this was the day that we gained freedom from Mexico.
  • Treaties of Velasco

    Treaties of Velasco
    The Treaties were intended, on the part of the Texans, to provide a conclusion of hostilities between the two belligerents and offer the first steps toward the official recognition of the breakaway Republic's independence. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaties_of_Velasco
  • Treaties: Neutral

    Treaties: Neutral
    It ended hostilities between BOTH Texas and Mexico.