Texas revolution

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    Fredonian Rebellion

    That anglo of americans could not be trusted to hold a colonizations austin
  • Mier y teran report

    1828 Mier y Terán Report. After the Fredonian Rebellion, the Mexican government sent General Manuel Mier y Terán, A well respected commander, to go and investigate what was happening
  • Law of april 6,1830

    Almost all of Mier y Terán's recommendations were adopted in a series of laws passed on April 6, 1830 under President Anastasio Bustamante.
  • Turthe bayou resolutions

    On June 13, 1832, a group of Anglo-American settlers adopted a resolution called the Turtle Bayou Resolution.
  • BATTLE of gonzalez

    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.
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    Siege of the alamo

    Mexican garrison at the Alamo and captured the fort, seizing control of San Antonio.
  • Texas declaration of indenpendence

    Texas declaration of indenpendence
    Some believed that the goal should be total independence from Mexico, while others sought the reimplementation of the Mexican Constitution of 1824
  • capture of san antonio

    After helping the Texas Army capture the city of Goliad, Milam went on a reconnaissance mission to the southwest but returned to join the army for its planned attack on San Antonio-only to learn that the generals were postponing the attack on San Antonio for the winter.
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    Runaway scrape

    It was a period of terror and panic among the settlements of Texas, as Santa Anna and the Mexican armies swept eastward from San Antonio, virtually unopposed.
  • Massacre of goilad

    Texas settlers attacked the Mexican Army soldiers garrisoned at Presidio La Bahía, a fort near the Mexican Texas settlement of Golia
  • Battle 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.
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    Treaties of velasco

    The secret agreement was to be carried out when the public treaty had been fulfilled. The public treaty provided that hostilities would cease and that Santa Anna would withdraw his forces below the Rio Grande and not take up arms again against Texas.