Lana Ashton
Updated: 12/11/2019
Lana Ashton
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  • Battle of Velasco
  • Battle of Gonzales
  • The Grass Fight
  • Mexican troops didn't let rebels pass. June 26,1832 fighting started. The Mexican troops ran out of ammunition and surrendered. Colonists won the Battle of Velasco. Men on both sides were killed and wounded during the battle.
  • The Siege of the Alamo (Battle of the Alamo)
  • People were upset because of Santa Anna's actions fearing trouble. The cannon got buried in an orchard. Troops were sent to take the cannon by force. Militia decided to attack the Mexican force. Rebels seized both presidio and the town of Goliad on the tenth of October.
  • The Goliad Massacre
  • Mexican Army was well supplied the siege looked as if it had little effect. Troops became impatient some even decided to go home. Many got sick as the weather grew colder army's leader became discouraged. Rumors spreaded that Mexicans were carrying silver, so Burleson sent a troop led by Bowie to defeat the Mexicans and and seize the silver. Bowieś troop defeated them and took the cargo turns out there was no silver it was hay for feeding horses.
  • Battle of Jacinto
  • Texas troops built there defenses at the Alamo, Green Jameson was in charge of strengthening plaza walls. Texas was easily defeated, and there were 21 cannons in the battle. Texas being defeated was only the beginning.
  • Texans held out for several hours and ran out of ammunition. The Texas force had at least 300 soldiers. The Mexicans had 300 to 500 troops. More than 400 Texans were shot by the Mexicans.
  • Texans attacked the Mexican cavalry and were reforced to retreat. Many Mexicans were awaken by the battle cry, "Remember the Alamo!". Only nine Texas troops died, Houston was wounded. The victory at San Jacinto 1836 was the end of Texas Revolution.
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