Texas Revolution War
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part 2

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texas would be recognized as independent

Rio Grande rivers are the border

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the treaties of Velasco

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part 1 

the war between Mexico and Texas was officially ended, and Texas was independent.

santa anna would not take up arms against Texas.

all Mexican forces would withdraw beyond the Rio Grande.

the prisoner would be returned to their home

the Mexicans return all captured property.

texas leaders would promptly return a return all captured property.

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santa anna

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was captured the next day and surrendered to Sam Huston - April 21, 1836

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colonel James Fanning surrender his 300 men

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james Fannin surrendered his 300 hundred men at the battle of closet because he was pinned on the prairie - march 27,1836

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to establish an independent government

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Fannin surrender at Goliad  

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William B. Travis and more people

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James Bowie, David Crocker, a constitutional convention of 1836 

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William B. Travis letter "to the people of Texas and all Americans in the world"

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fighting with Texas defending the siege of the Alamo and all the heroic defenders who gave there lives there    

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the battle of Gonzalez October 2,1835

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it was the first battle, and it proved to texas that the Mexican army could be defeated and independence achieved 



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