Texas Revolutionary Era

Texas Revolutionary Era
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  • Important Places
  • Important events
  • Significance of year 1836
  • Due to most people living the coast and South Texas most Texas most Texas Revolution battles occurred in that area.
  • Significant individuals, events, and time periods
  • The Important events are Anglo americans did not become true Mexican citizens, The law of April 6th 1830, Turtle bayou Resolutions, colonists in support of Travis protested and wrote the turtle bayou resolutions, and Mexico's reaction
  • Issues and problems related to the Rebublic of Texas
  • The Convention of 1836 wrote the Texas Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the Republic of Texas, organized the ad interim government, and named Sam Houston commander in chief of the military forces of the republic.
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  • The sinigificant events are Battle of Gonzalas, siege of the alamo, battle of Coleto creek/goliad massacre, Battle of San Jacinto, Treaties of Velasco
  • The rights of citizens in the Republic of Texas based on the freedoms most Texans had while living in the U.S.- freedom of speech, religion, assembly and slavery was legal
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