October-December 1835: The Siege of San Antonio de Bexar
October 28, 1835: The Battle of Conception
March 2, 1836: The Texas Decleration of Independance
After the Battle of Gonzalez, the Texans had to move quickly and secure their gains before a large Mexican Army would arrive. The objective was to reach San Antonio (Bexar). The Texans arrived in mid-October gaining control of the city.
March 6, 1836: The battle of Alamo
A division of rebellious Texans dug in the grounds of the Conception mission. Then under siege, the Mexicans attacked them at dawn. The Texans did not fight back and just avoided their cannons, and then returned fire with their rifles. The Mexicans were forced to retreat.
March 27, 1836; The Goliad Massacre
On March 1st, 1836, delagates from all over Texas met at Washington-on-the-Brazos for a congress. On that same night a handful of them wrote the Texas Decleration of Independance. When it was seen by all the men it was quickly signed.
April 21, 1836: The Battle of Jacito
After capturing San Antonio, rebel Texans fortified the Alamo, the defenders remained in Alamo as Santa Anna's massive Mexican Army approached and laid siege. On March 6th all defenders were killed.
After the bloody battle of Alamo, all priwsoners were taken by the Mexican Army and shot and killed.
Santa Anna made a big mistake, the Army divided in three. Houston attacked suddenly and ferosiously. Santa Anna was captured and was forced to order his Generals out of territory.