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Go get that cannon! Go get that cannon!
Go get that cannon!
In late September 1835, Colonel Ugartechea sent men to Gonzales to retrieve a cannon that had been loaned.
The request was denied as the citizens realized itwas a plan to disarm rebels.
come and take it
Ugartechea sent dragoons to demand the cannon.
The word of conflict spread through the town, resulting in it fortified and the cannon mounted on a wagon.
Two woman proceeded to paint a flag; depicting a cannon, the lone star, and a message to the enemy.
on October 2nd, the Texans surprised the Mexican reinforcements by attacking before arrival. The battle brief as the Mexicans withdrew when the Texans opened fire
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