Texas Revolution Comic Strip

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  • Americans in Mexico
  • Welcome to Mexico, Anglo Americans
  • Santa Anna the Dictator
  • No more constitution, for I shall rule.
  • Battle of Gonzales
  • We want our cannon back.
  • Come and take it!
  • In 1821 Mexico had declared independance from Spain and needed more citizens, so they allowed Anglo-American into Texas in hopes that they would become loyal Mexican citizens. Unfortunately the Americans did not adjust to becoming Mexican and were quite rebelious
  • Battle of the Alamo
  • In  1835 the president of Mexico, Santa Anna, overthrew the constitution and declared himself the Dictator of Mexico. He was worried by a rebellion by the Anglo-Americans, so he ordered that the Mexican army to start disarming the Anglo-Americans whenever possible
  • Battle of San Jacinto
  • We finally captured Santa Anna!
  • The people of Gonzales had been given a cannon by the Mexican government. Later Santa Anna ordered to disarm Texans to prevent rebellion. Soldiers and Texans thought until there was meeting with their two leaders. During that meeting Moore uttered his famous words to "Come and take it" referring to the cannon.
  • Texas Statehood
  • On February 23,1836 200 Texan soldiers were using the mission Alamo as a fort. General Santa Anna had thousands of men who out outnumbered the men in the alamo. this battle was famous because after 13 none of the Texan soldiers made it out alive.
  • On april 21, the battle of San Jacinto broke out. A general named Houston ordered that the bridge to come and leave the battlefield be destroyed, so that this would decide it all.In the end the Texans had killed 630 and captured 730 Mexicans while the Mexicans had only killed/mortally wounded 7.
  • Texas became independent in 1836 but did not become a state until 1845. This is because president Andrew Jackson wanted states between the North and the South to be equal.
  • We would like to Welcome Texas to the U.S.
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