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  • CUASES AND EVENTS THAT LED TO TEXAS REVOLUTION
  • FREDONIAN REBELLION
  • FREEDOM AND JUSTICE
  • INDEPENDENCE
  • 1826
  • MIER & TERAN REPORT
  • 1827
  • These events are going to be causes that led to the Texas Revolution.
  • LAW OF APRIL 6
  • 1830
  • The Fredonian Rebellion (December 21, 1826 – January 23, 1827) was the first attempt by Anglo settlers in Texas to secede from Mexico. The settlers, led by Empresario Haden Edwards, declared independence from Mexican Texas and created the Republic of Fredonia near Nacogdoches.
  • TURTLE BAYOU RESOLUTION
  • 1832
  • In 1827, the Mexican government sent General Manuel de Mier y Terán to investigate the situation. He warned that unless the Mexican government took timely measures, settlers were certain to rebel. Many colonists hoped that he would make Texas a self-governing state within the Mexican republic.
  • ARREST OF STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
  • 1834
  • The Law of April 6, 1830, said to be the same type of stimulus to the Texas Revolution that the Stamp Act was to the American Revolution, was initiated by Lucas Alamán y Escalada, Mexican minister of foreign relations, and was designed to stop the flood of immigration from the United States to Texas.
  • Turtle bayou Resolutions. On June 12, 1832, Anglo-American settlers opposed to the rule of Mexican commander John Davis Bradburn fled from Anahuac north to the crossing on Turtle Bayou near James Taylor White's ranchhouse.
  • Believing that he was pushing for Texas independence and suspect that he was trying to incite insurrection, Austin was arrested by the Mexican government in January 1834 in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. He was taken to Mexico City and imprisoned.
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