Texas Revolution

Texas Revolution
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  • The Battle of Gonzales
  • The Consultation
  • Please sign it we need all the help the army can get.
  • The Chief
  • The battle of Goliad
  • This is where the first shots of the Texas Revolution was, and was where Texas won.
  • The Alamo
  • This is when they were trying to make Sam Houston the leader/captain of the army. This when people were deciding to annex with America or stay as a lone star state.
  • Independence
  • Fannin was ordered by Sam Houston on 11 March 1836 to abandon Goliad and retreat to the Guadalupe River near Victoria. However, he had sent most of his carts and horses with Ward to Refugio and had no cavalry. He sent couriers to Ward, but all of them were intercepted by Urrea's cavalry.
  • The battle of San Jacinto
  • The Alamo was a 18th century Franciscan mission in San Antonio, Texas, which was the location of an important battle for Texans fighting for independence from Mexico. In 1836, a small group of Texans was defeated by Mexican General Santa Anna.
  • Fire!!!!!
  • Drafted by George Childress. March 2, 1836. Washington, Texas​. 59 delegates signed the document. Listed grievances against President Santa Anna (Mexico). Drafted by George Childress. March 2, 1836. Washington. 59 delegates signed the documents. 
  • This is the time when General Houston attack Santa Anna troops, while they're off guard trying to get rest after all guards were on watch. They attack and it only took 30 minutes for it to finish. Santa Anna was held captures by the Texians.
  • I Surrender!!!
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