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S: The Texas Revolution 1834 - 1836

BC: The Texas Revolution V. Sanz July 2012

FC: The Texas Revolution 1834- 1836

1: In the 1830s Texas was part of Mexico. Texans were concerned about Santa Ana's rule of Mexico and wanted more representation. After Stephen Austin's incarceration, the differences between Texans and the Mexican Government grew.

2: Stephen Austin | He lead the Old 300 hundred and establish his colony in Texas. | The Capital of Texas is named in his honor. | The Father of Texas.

3: Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna | After the incident in San Antonio, General Santa Anna himself led Mexican troops to stop the Texan Revolution. | Texans in Gonzalez refused to give their cannon to Santa Anna's soldiers. | Encouraged, Texans expelled the Mexican troops from San Antonio.

4: James Bowie | Explorer, and frontiersman bravely fought at The Alamo. | The Alamo and Goliad were pivotal for the revolution. The sacrifice and death of the defenders, inspired the soldiers.

5: Houston led the Texan troops in a surprise attack in San Jacinto. After this victory, Santa Anna signed the Treaty of Velasco. The Republic of Texas was born.

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