Joshua Thorp

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  • The Fredonian Rebellion
  • Get over here!
  • AH!!!
  • Battle of Gonzales
  • Come and take it!
  • The Grass Fight
  • ATTACK!
  • NO!!!
  • After Haden Edwards finally got his empresario contract in 1825, he went to Nacogdoches to settle 800 families. When he got there, he found that people where already living there. The Mexican government told him to respect them but he didn't. He made them pay custons duties. The word got to SFA and the Mexican government and they went to get Haden. Haden tried running but was confronted by SFA. Finally, Haden got away.
  • Battle of The Alamo
  • Um... We're going to die.
  • Hi, Mexicans.
  • I don't wanna die!
  • The battle of Gonzales was brief. It was over a cannon that was given to Green DeWitt and he refused to give it back. None of the Texans were killed but at least 1 mexican died. The whole thing ended with the mexican army withdrawing from the fight.
  • The Goliad Massacre
  • I like the souls but... this is too much. ya'll are todlers.
  • Got to go! bye!!!
  • The Grass fight was easy. The Texans simply ambushed a bunch of mexicans that were thought to be carrying silver. The Texans found only a sack full off grass seed. What they didn't know was that the seed was to grow food for mexican horses.
  • The Battle of San Jacinto
  • Got to hide.
  • The Battle of the Alamo was a great battle that helped Texas win it's freedom. The mexican army out numbered the Texans by several 100's. The fort was gone but the church stood there, a little damaged. The Texans had a battle cried that is still remembered "remember the Alamo!".
  • Yes. more souls.
  • The Goliad Massacre was bruttle. Over 400 Texans were murdered outside Goliad. Some of the captured Texans got away but many didn't. This was a very sad day for many but we moved on and fought!
  • I'm sorry. I don't wan't to!
  • WHY!!!
  • AHH!!!
  • In the battle of San Jacinto, Texas won it's independence! The fight for independence was over. The battle was not long and Santa Anna ran away in fear. Texas found him in costume and took him in but didn't kill him.
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