Texas Revolution
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Battle of Gonzalez October 2,1835

It proved to Texans that the Mexican army could be defeated and independence achieved. 1st battle.

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William B. Travis's Letter February 24,1836

"To the people of Texas and all Americans in the world"- Fighting with Texas defending the alamo.

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The Siege of the alamo and all the heroic Defenders who gave there lives there February 23- March 6,1836

William B. Travis, Jams Bowe, and Deved Cricket.

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Constitutional Convention of 1836

To establish an independent government.

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Fannin's Surrender at Goliad March 27,1836

Colonel James Fannin surrendered his 300 men at the battle of Coleto because he was pinned on the open prairie. March 27,1836 Goliag Masickr.

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Battle of Sen Jecinto April 21,1836

Santa Anna was captured the next day and surrendered to Sam Houston.

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The Treaties of Velasco April 24,1836

Part 1: The war between Mexico and Texas was officially ended, and Texas was independent. 2 Santa Anna wold not take up arms against Texas. All Mexican forces would withdraw beyond the Rio Grande. 4 prisoners would be returned to their homes. 5 The Mexicans would return all captured property. 6 Texas leaders would promptly return Santa Anna to Mexico. Part 2: Texas would be recognized as independent. B Rio Grande River is the border.



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