The texas revolution
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october 2 1835, Battle Of Gonzales.
April 21, 1836, battle of San Jacinto.
March 20, 1836 Fannins surrender at colteo creek.
The mexicans and texans,clashed on fiercly in a small city named gozales. Citizens who were loyal federalist in mexico followed closely, withsanta anna in battle in gonzales,
Massacreof goliad March 27, 1836.
A battle that only lasted 18 minuetes,an army led by sam houston defeated Antonio Lope De Santa Anna's army At present day Harris County
The alamo march 6, 1835
When santa anna showed up with an army Fannin surrendered which led to the massacre of goliad.
March 11, 1836
A battle where James FanninSurrendered, And Jose Lopez DeSanta Anna ordered a massacre of 300 texans.Then our new battle cry was remember goliad.
300 texans versus 1500 mexicans. we fought in a fierce battle against 1500 mexican. that day we lost 300 texan in a fierce battle against Antonio Lopez de Santa anna.
This is when George c. Childress wrote the declaration of independence. The independence was later Adopted and changed some rules.
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