Revolution/Republic Timeline

Timeline created by Paigetomlinson
In History
  • U.S. had not yet recognized the Nation of Texas

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    Sam Houston Becomes President

    He is the Republic's first president
  • Fall of the Alamo

    Fall of the Alamo
    The 13 day battle was a loss for the Texans against the Mexican army but was the beginning of winning Texas independence
  • Between Three - Four Hundred Texans were executed

    Between Three - Four Hundred Texans were executed
    The Texans were executed from the order of Mexican General Santa Anna
  • Battle of San Jacinto

    Victory for Sam Houston and the Texans.
  • President Santa Anna Captured

    Santa Anna was used as leverage to end the war.
  • Treaty of Velasco

    The treaty secured Texan independence
  • Sam Houston Elected President of the Republic of Texas

    Sam Houston Elected President of the Republic of Texas
  • The U.S. recognized Texas

  • The Texas capital was relocated to Houston

    The Texas capital was relocated to Houston
  • France and Britain delayed recognition of Texas

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    The Lamar Administration

  • Battle of the Neches

    Battle of the Neches
    Chief Bowl was killed along with the rest of the tribe in the battle
  • Sam Houston Married Margaret Lea

  • Lamar led a military expedition to claim land for Texas in Santa Fe

    Lamar led a military expedition to claim land for Texas in Santa Fe
  • Sam Houston won a second presidential term

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    Presidency of John Tyler

    Tyler re-opened negotiations for U.S. annexation of Texas
  • Mexican Forces captured San Antonio

    The Mexican forces lost to the Texas forces and were expelled back to Mexico
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    Sam Houston signed multiple treaties with Texas Indians

    The treaties ended the war between the Texas Republic and Indians
  • Texas Annexation

    Texas and U.S. governments signed a treaty of annexation that was rejected by the U.S. Senate
  • Anti-Texas Broadside

  • Tyler Administration secured the annexation of Texas

    Tyler Administration secured the annexation of Texas
  • The new Texas constitution secured voter approval in October elections

    This was accepted by the U.S. Congress