Texas Revolution

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In History
  • Mier Y Teran Report

    This report is based off a report given to the Mexican government by Mier Y Teran. The Mexican government wanted reports of the border between Mexico and The United states/
  • Law of April 6, 1830

    The law was passed based of on the Mier Y Teran report
    . This law prevented immigrants to come to Texas. Other laws that were made had to be followed by citizens of Texas that already owned that land.
  • Turtle Bayou Resolutions

    The Turtle Bayou Resolution declared that Anglo Americans were going to be loyal to Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
  • Captures of San Antonio

    Benjamin R. Milam was the leader of the Texas Army, But he joined the rag-tag army then traveled south. Santa Anna overthrew the Mexican government in 1835 and he made himself a dictator.
  • Battle of Gonzalez

    The revolution began in Texas due to an attempt by Mexico to retrieve a small canon they gifted. The town of Gonzalez made a banner that says the famous words come and take it with a drawing of the canon on it.
  • Decalaration of Independence

    The Texas Declaration of Independence was made overnight. It was similar to the U.S constitution. It was made at the convention of 1836.
  • Massacre of Goliad

    Sam Houston was in charge of the Texian Army. He did not do what he was ordered at the time. Firearms slowed his troops down.
  • Treaty of Velasco

    The treaty stated that Mexican soldiers would be given back land. Mexico and Texas would be free, and land would be returned.
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    Fredonian Rebellion

    During this battle Texas wanted to gain independence from Mexico. At the time Mexico did not want to give up their land which began the Rebellion. Mexico was defeated by Texas and it was now a independent country.
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    Runaway Scrape

    Texas panicked when they heard Santa Anna was visiting. The Mexican Army wanted to sweep off all the citizens off of the land. The citizens ran as the Mexican Army approached Texas.
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    Seige at the Alamo

    William B. Travis was in charge of the Alamo at the time. The attack lasted a month. Juan Sequin served as a scout during this event. Santa Annas wife Angela was the only one who survived. The events at the Alamo led up to the Antimacassar of Goliad.
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    Battle of San Jacinto

    The battle took place in San Jacinto. This battle lasted a week. Santa Anna escaped so he wasn't captured. This battle is where the battle cries "Remember the Alamo" and "Remember Goliad".