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  • Battle of Gonzales
  • Come and get it
  • Mexico vs Texas
  • The Siege & Fall of the Alamo
  • attack!!!
  • WAR!!
  • Constitutional Convention of 1836
  • AGREE!!
  • yeah!!
  • The Battle of Goliad was the second skirmish of the Texas Revolution. In the early-morning hours of October 9, 1835, rebellious Texas settlers attacked the Mexican Army soldiers garrisoned at Presidio La Bahía, a fort near the Mexican Texas settlement of Goliad.
  • Goliad Massacre
  • I am James Fannin
  • The Siege of the Alamo describes the first thirteen days of the Battle of the Alamo. On February 23, Mexican troops under General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna entered San Antonio de Bexar, Texas and surrounded the Alamo Mission. Before beginning his assault on the Alamo, Santa Anna offered them one last chance to surrender. Travis replied by opening fire on the Mexican forces and, in doing so, effectively sealed their fate. The siege ended when the Mexican Army launched an early-morning assault on March 6.
  • San Jacinto
  • The Convention of 1836 wrote the Texas Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the Republic of Texas, organized the ad interim government, and named Sam Houston commander in chief of the military forces of the republic. The call for the convention to meet at Washington-on-the-Brazos was issued by the General Council of the provisional government over the veto of Governor Henry Smith in December 1835, and the delegates were elected on February 1, 1836.
  • Treaty of Velosco
  • sign here and pass it down
  • In the wake of the Texan defeat at the Battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836, General Sam Houston ordered Colonel James Fannin to abandon his post at Goliad and march his command to Victoria. Moving slowly, Fannin did not depart until March 19.
  • 19
  • march
  • CATI CATION CATION CATION CATION CATION CATION
  • The Battle of San Jacinto was the decisive engagement of the Texas Revolution.Sam Houston defeated the Mexicans on April 21, 1836.Following his victory at the Alamo, Mexican President and General Antonio López de Santa Anna began pursuing General Sam Houston's Texas Army, while a second Mexican column defeated and massacred a Texan force at Goliad.
  • We are all aware that the Battle of San Jacinto effectively ended the Texas Revolution in the Texan's favor, mostly because it resulted in the capture of Mexico's leader, Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. Hoping to save his life, Santa Anna agreed to order his troops, about 5,000 of them and more than enough to have defeated the few hundred victors at San Jacinto, to return to Mexico.
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