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  • battle of gonzales

    battle of gonzales
    it was the first military engagment of Texas Revolution
  • The Consultation,1835

    The Consultation,1835
    Because,Stephen F. Austin was away with the Texas forces at the time,it kinda clearly leaned in a direction of a more autonomous role for Texas.The Consultition was held to discuss escalating friction with Texas
  • The Alamo

    The Alamo
    Originally named Misión San Antonio de Valero, the Alamo served as home to missionaries and their Indian converts for nearly seventy years.
    The garrison of Texans defending the Alamo lost the battle, but the Mexican Army paid dearly for their victory.
  • The Battle,Lexington

    The Battle,Lexington
    . He would show the Texians his military might by example: any who stood against him would be wiped out. However, after review of the tactics used in Mexico's own revolution, Santa Anna realized that he would be turning himself into a version of Colonel Joaquín de Arredondo, who had once been his commanding officer. Arredondo had used mass execution to put down the initial rebellions, but the war of independence would eventually be won after eleven bloody years.
  • The Runaway Scrape

    The Runaway Scrape
    The Mexican take no prisoner policy was in essence a replay of the similar no quarter given by the Spanish general and royalist Joaquín de Arredondo y Mioño, under whom Santa Anna had served as a staff officer. That counter-insurgency against the first Republic of Texas resulted in the virtual wholesale slaughter of civilians and Prisoners of War, in one of the largest repercussions ever conducted in Mexico.
  • The Battle of Coleto

    The Battle of Coleto
    The battle occured durring Coleto Creek ,origanally named "The Battle of The Prarie."The battle,cannot properly be considered as isolated from the series of mistakes and misfortunes that preceded it.
  • The Goliad Massacre

    The Goliad Massacre
    he Mexican Army was led by Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, who had sent General José Urrea marching into Texas from Matamoros.
  • The Battle of San Jacinto

    The Battle of San Jacinto
    On the 21st of April,the main forces of the Texas army were there, totaling about 750 men. They faced over 1500 of the enemy, secure and flushed with pride at the offense they had enjoyed for the previous few weeks against the Texans,.