Timeline of The Revolution (P1/Ahmed Abumerhi)

Timeline of The Revolution (P1/Ahmed Abumerhi)

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This is the revolution of Texas. Enjoy!

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  • The Battle of Gonzales (October 2, 1835)
  • "Come and Take it!"
  • The Battle of the Alamo (March 6, 1836)
  • "Remember the Alamo"
  • Constitutional Convention of (March 2,1836)
  • This was the first battle of the revolution. The Mexicans challenged Texas and wanted their flag back. However, the battle only lasted a few minutes. This took place at what is present day Gonzalez and the Texans won. This battle proved the strength of Texas. Significant people:Juan N. Sequin, William B. Travis
  • The Massacre at Goliad (March 14, 1836)
  • "Remember Goliad!"
  • •The siege of the Alamo lasted between Mexico and Texas for 13 days. Against Sam Houston's orders, William B. Travis, James Bowie, and David Crockett decided to defend it. Travis chose to write a letter for extra help, so soon many people came. Santa Anna intimidated the Texans. Significant people:William B. Travis, James Bowie,David Crockett, and Travis
  • The Battle of San Jacinto (April 21, 1836)
  • The delegates had a meeting at Washington-on-the-Brazos. They declared independence from Mexico on March 2nd, 1836. Also, they wrote a constitution to form a temporary government. Significant people: George Childress, Lorenzo de Zavala.
  • The Treaties of Velasco (May, 14 1836)
  • At the battle of coleto, Fannin and his 300 men surrendered because they were surrounded in an open prairie. Also, Santa Anna orders General Urrea to execute the 400 soldiers, once they were marched back. This showed that Santa Anna was merciless. Significant people: Colonel Fannin, Urrea
  • This was the final battle of the revolution. The Texas army caught Santa Anna's army by surprise. Soon after, Texas won and Santa Anna granted them independence. Significant people: Seguin, Sam Houston
  • David Burnet, Texan President, and Santa Anna, Mexican president, met to discuss the disputes. They made two treaties to end the fighting, and Santa Anna would make Texas free. Texas and Mexico couldn't agree, which led to boundry disputes. Significant people: David Burnet
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