Hayden Edwards owned a chunk of land in Texas that was very big. There he created a colony. Hayden Edwards had one thing he would need to do to keep his land and that was to respect the Indianans on his land. He did not like this rule. He did not follow this rule so mexico said they were taking the land back. In response he said that his land would now be called Freedonia and started a war. After a little while mexico scared him away and took the land back.
Battle Of The Almao
After the Freedonian Republic Meir Y Teran was told to go to Texas. He was going to do a report. He wanted to know if there were to many Americans in Texas. He found there were to many Americans in Texas. so he made a report. First he said Mexico should trade with Texas to keep relations. Also they should discourage trade in America. secondly more troops were to be put in Texas. Last he encouraged Europeans and Mexicans to move to Texas.
The Goliad Massacare
SFA's army became discouraged as it got colder. So a new commander was put in place Edward Burleson. on November 26 Texas saw men moving in to San Antonio that they thought had silver. The Texan troops attacked taking down the Mexican men. Later they found that the men had only had grass.
Battle Of San Jacinto
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The Battle of the Alamo was a intense battle. It set up the field for a battle that would end the war. The Alamo was a church. Texans used the Alamo as a defensive point in the Texan war for independence. Mexico fought Texas for several days to take down the Alamo. After several messages for backup were sent by Texas Santa Anna took over the Alamo and killed all so soldiers in the fort.
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After the Battle Of Coleto Texas Surrendered . James Fannin and his soldiers were lead back to Goliad. The Mexican troops could do anything with the Texas troops. The Mexican General tried to hold the texans as prisoners of war. He was told to murder all the Texas troops. 400 troops were shot outside of Goliad.
Commander Houston had his army moving to Harrisburg. After that they went to the San Jacinto River. There they made a camp in a grove of trees. After that they saw that Santa Annas troops were below them in open ground. Late in the night the Texas troops with numbers of at least 900 headed to the Mexican camp quietly. They attacked while the Mexicans were asleep killing most of them.