The Texas Revolution

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  • Battle of Gonzales
  • come and take it
  • Battle of the Alamo
  • Remember the Alamo!
  • Massacre of Goliad
  • ahhhhhhhhhhh!
  • Commander James Fannin?
  • ok General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ann
  • you heard him
  • kill the Republic of Texas soldiers-prisoners and James Fannin
  • Mexicans wanted back but the Texans challenged them instead, It only lasted a few minutes and Texas won, the first battle.
  • Constutional Convention of 1836
  • we are also going to adopted the Texas Declaration of independence
  • It was a thirteen day siege between the Texans and Mexicans at San Antonio, 1500 Mexicans vs. less than 200 Texans.
  • Battle of San Jacinto
  • It was the killing of Republic of Texas soldiers-prisoners and their commander, James Fannin, during the Texas revolution by the Mexican army under orders of general and president Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.
  • Treaty of Velsco
  • the fighting will end and Texas has its freedom Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
  • It declared independence from Mexico on March 2, 1836 at Washington on the Brazos And it also adopted the Texas Declaration of Independence, made the ind. official.
  • declaring independence from Mexico
  • Texans defeated Mexican forces in 18 minutes in the final battle of the revolution and Sam Houston commanded the 1600 volunteers and surrounded Santa Anna and won its independence.
  • President of Texas and Mexican president, general Santa Anna, entered into two treaties, 1 was public, to be immediately published and include provisions to end the fight. Santa Anna gave Texas freedom and depicted the boarder (Nueces/Rio Grande)
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