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  • “I was locked up in one of the dungeons in Mexico City. I’m not allowed to speak, or communicate with any person except for the guard who watches over me.
  • Stephen F. Austin Goes to Jail - 1833
  • i will guard this side of the door 
  • and i will guard the other
  • Santa Anna Becomes Dictator of Mexico - 1832
  • "yes, yes it is all mine" 
  • "welcome Santa Anna" 
  • Fredonian Rebellion - 1826
  • In an act that foreshadowed the American rebellions to come, Benjamin Edwards rides into Mexican-controlled Nacogdoches, Texas, and proclaims himself the ruler of the Republic of Fredonia.
  • His attitude changed toward Mexico and he began urging Texan colonists to fight a revolution to make Texas an independent nation. 
  • Sam Houston Arrives in Texas - 1832
  • Texas
  • Yes, i am finally here 
  • Santa Anna, the new president of Mexico.
  • Mier y Teran Report - 1828
  • this is the teran report  from 1828
  • Edward plans to resales  
  • The Turtle Bayou Resolutions - 1832
  • The Turtle Bayou Resolution of 1832 was written after the Disturbance at Anahuac to explain to the Mexican Officials that Texans were loyal to the Mexican Constitution of 1824 and that the disturbance they created was against the Centralist troops and President Bustamante who had violated the constitution.
  • In the winter of 1832,  Sam Houston arrived in Texas. Already famous for his political success in Tennessee, as well as his heroics as a soldier in The War of 1812, Houston was greatly welcomed by the Anglo colonists in Texas
  • There is a most evident uniformity of opinion on one point, namely the separation of Texas from Coahuila and its organization into territory of the federal government.
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