Us History
Updated: 4/20/2020
Us History
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  • October 2, 1835: The Battle of Gonzales
  • October-December, 1835: The Siege of San Antonio de Bexar
  • October 28, 1835: The Battle of Concepcion
  • The first shots were at the Texas Revolution where The Mexican Army were loking for a canon in the town of Gonzales on October 2, 1835.
  • March 2, 1836: The Texas Declaration of Independence
  • The rebellios Texans soute revenge after the Battle of Gonzales. Their prime objective was San Antonio, the largest town in the territory.
  • March 6, 1836: The Battle of the Alamo
  • The Texans, led by Jim Bowie and James Fannin, broke intothe grounds of the Concepcion mission outside of San Antonio.
  • March 27, 1836: The Goliad Massacre
  • Texas delegates quickly wrote a Declaration Of Independence which was unanimously approved the following day.
  • After capturing San Antonio, rebel Texans buildt the Alimo, a castle like mission in the middle of town.
  • After the bluddy battle at the Alimo, Mexican President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna's army continued its relentless march through Texas. But were under attack from Texans.
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