After getting word from his father he set out to follow the plan in order to fulfill his last dying wish. Stephen created a new colony and brought the first U.S settlers, nicknamed The Old Three-Hundred.
3.4 Tensions Grow
Turtle Bayou Resolutions
This ends today!
In 1825, Coahuila y Texas passed the Colonization Law. It aided other immigrants to settle in Texas. This law would improve the economy and mostly provide protection from the Native-American attacks.
3.5 Conventions and Petitions
Hmmm... I'll think about that last one.
Fredonian Rebellion arose, Mier y Teran report was made, and The Law of April 6, 1830, was formed. Mier y Teran noted that Mexicans were the few and settlers weren't being Catholic thus the law was formed.
3.6 The War Begins
Come and take it!
Since William B. Travis was placed in jail. His friends wrote the Turtle Bayou Resolutions. The Turtle Bayou Resolutions stated that they were against the abuse by the Mexicans in Fort Anahuac.
Stephen Austin issued the formerly known as the Conventions of 1832-1833. He was confident Santa Anna would approve. Eventually, Santa Anna approved all of the resolutions except for the separation of Coahuila y Texas.
The Battle of Gonzales struck. Texans were heated up and even coined the phrase "Come and take it". This all happened because of a cannon that Dewitt had not yet returned soon after the Mexican forces came for it.