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Battle of Gonzales (October 2, 1835)

The battle provided to Texans that the Mexican Army could be defeated and independence achieved.

The Siege of the Alamo and all the heroic defenders who gave their lives (February 23-March 6 1836)

David Crockett

Jim Bowie

William B. Travis

William B. Travis's Letter (February 24, 1836)

William B. Travis' s letter to " To the people of Texas and all Americans in the world" to call for help and defend the Alamo.

Fannin's Surrender at Goliad ( March 20, 1836)

Colonel James Fannin surrendered his 300 men at the battle of Coleto because he was planned on the open prairie. 

Battle of San Jacinto ( April 21, 1836)

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

The Treaty of Velasco (March 14, 1836) part two

Texas would be recognized as independent 

Rio Grande is the border

Constitutional Convention ( May 27- September 17, 1787)

To establish independent government.

Washington on the Brazos

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