Burkett Causes and Events that Led to Texas Revolution
Updated: 12/9/2020
Burkett Causes and Events that Led to Texas Revolution

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  • Independence
  • Fredonian RebellionDate: 1825
  • Turtle Bayou ResolutionsDate: 1832
  • Description of Event:Haden Edwards lost his emprasario contract and declared independence from Mexico. It was called the Fredonian Rebellion.
  • NOOO!!
  • They don't care about Mexico's rule's
  • Mier y Teran ReportDate: 1827
  • Description of Event: Mexico sent Mier y Teran to Texas to report on how Texas was doing and what was going on there. Teran found that Texas was heavily influenced by the U.S.
  • NO IMMIGRATION!
  • Law of April 6, 1830Date: 1830
  • Description of Event: Mexico established this law to encourage the immigration of Mexican and European families to Texas. Mexico stopped immigration from the U.S. This law had a significant impact on Texas.
  • We are Loyal!
  • Description of Event: The Texans in Turtle Bayou adopted the Turtle Bayou Resolutions which stated that they declared loyalty to Mexico, but not to the Mexican government
  • Arrest of Stephen F. AustinDate: