texas revolution

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  • declaration of independence

    declaration of independence
    declaration of independence was in july 4, 1776. the american colonies served their political connections to great britain. the declarations had summarized colonists motivations for seeking independence.
  • mier y teran report

    the 1828 mier y teran report when the fredonian rebellion was done the mexican government had sent the general manuel mier y teran report
  • law of april 6, 1830

    law of april 6, 1830
    the law of april 6, 1830 tried to stop the flood cause imigration from united states to texas.
  • turtle bayou resolution

    turtle bayou resolution
    In the Turtle Bayou Resolutions, the rebels first articulated ideas that would become central to the Texas revolutionary movement, including allegiance to the Mexican constitution of 1824. The resolutions were published in a Brazoria newspaper in July 1832.The Turtle Bayou Resolutions were signed by settlers during the Anahuac Disturbances, which played a role in the secession of [the US] from Mexico and the creation of the Republic of Fredonia.
  • battle of gonzalez

    battle of gonzalez
    the ones who survived was Only 18 men with a tiny cannon. Only one Mexican soldier was killed. On this day in 1835, the growing tensions between Mexico and Texas erupt into violence when Mexican soldiers attempt to disarm the people of Gonzales, sparking the Texan war for independence.
  • massacre of goliad

    massacre of goliad
    fannin did die, The injured Fannin was the last to be slaughtered. the mexican garrison, under colonel juan lopez sandoval, surrended.
  • capture of san jacinto

    capture of san jacinto
    This decisive battle is historically significant because a small Texan military force defeated a larger and more experienced Mexican army which resulted in the ultimate independence of Texas from Mexico. The Battle of San Jacinto was fought near present day Houston, Texas in 1836. Nine of Houston's men had been killed or mortally wounded, and about 30 wounded less seriously, in this heavily lopsided victory. Losses: Mexican, 630 dead, 208 wounded, 730 captured; Texan, 9 dead, 30 wounded.
  • battle of san jacinto

    battle of san jacinto
    Nine of Houston's men had been killed or mortally wounded, and about 30 wounded less seriously, in this heavily lopsided victory. Losses: Mexican, 630 dead, 208 wounded, 730 captured; Texan, 9 dead, 30 wounded. Santa Anna's Mexican army killed virtually all of the roughly 200 Texans (or Texians) defending the Alamo, including their leaders, Colonels William B. Travis and James Bowie, and the legendary frontiersman Davy Crockett
  • treaty of velasco

    treaty of velasco
    The Treaties of Velasco. On April 21, 1836, the forces of the Mexican army under General Santa Anna were handed a decisive defeat by the Texans at San Jacinto. ... In addition, he also pledged to restore property that had been confiscated by the Mexicans. Both sides promised to exchange prisoners on an equal basis.
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    freedonian rebellion

    the settlers, led by empresario haden edwards, declared independence from mexican texas and created the republic of fredonia near nacogdoches. hositilaties between them and settlers recruited by edwards led victor blanco of mexican government to revoke edwards contact
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    siege of the alamo

    the siege is the first battle of the alamo. on february 23, mexican troops under general antonio lopez de santa anna entered san antonio de bexar, texas and surrounded the alamo mission.
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    runaway scrape

    The Runaway Scrape is the period in early 1836 generally beginning with the Siege and Fall of the Alamo and ending with the Battle of San Jacinto on April 21. After his army had defeated Texan forces at the Alamo and Goliad, Santa Anna then moved eastward to the San Jacinto River, where he was defeated on April 21 in the Battle of San Jacinto and was captured by Gen. Sam Houston.