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Fall of the Alamo Battle of San Jacinto Goliad Massacre Battle of Gonzales D, A, C, D
Law of April 6, 1830
Goliad at the Battle of Coleto Creek
Battle of Gonzales
Freedom for most Texans to live and work as they pleased, though slavery was permitted.
The Texas Rangers
Limited the governments power Prevents the government from expanding Requires executive officials and judges to be elected by voters Separates power among three branches of government
Annexation to the United States
Forced removal of the Cherokee to Oklahoma Council House fight
I am Juan Seguin
Ships of the Texas Navy
The open land area allowed the men to be surrounded with no protection
Turtle Bayou Resolution
Supporter: Chief Bowles Opponent: Jose Navarro
Revolution and Republic Important Dates Law of April 6, 1830.
2 nd 6 Weeks Review. Why did Sam Houston give an inspiring speech to his troops the night before a battle? To encourage them in battle even those they.
Chapters 9, 10, 11, and 12. Law of April 6, 1830.
NAME DATE Madden/McCurley-DMS 2015 The Unit Organizer BIGGER PICTURE LAST UNIT CURRENT UNIT NEXT UNIT UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS UNIT RELATIONSHIPS Unit.
Important People from the Texas Revolution. James Fannin Led the Texans to the Battle of Coleto Creek Surrendered to the Mexican Army Was executed in.
The Texas Revolution Significant Individuals.
Coleto Creek and San Jacinto. Coleto Creek James Fannin surrendered his 300 men at the Battle of Coleto Creek The Texans fought the Mexicans but Fannin.
Causes of Texas Revolution. Fredonian Rebellion Led by Edwards brothers in 1826 Claimed area in Nacogdoches was no longer under Mexican control Stephen.
After The Alamo Texas Road to Statehood. Final Battle-Victory at San Jacinto Sam Houston’s deaf courier Erastus Seguin captured Santa Anna’s courier.
Texas History 3 rd Six Weeks Test Review Texas Unrest and Texas Revolution Units.
The Texas Revolution February-May Texas Revolts! People: George Childress Lorenzo de Zavala James Fannin Sam Houston Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna-was.
Goliad & The Runaway Scrape Goliad & The Runaway Scrape.
ABC’S of the Texas Revolution. Objective Objective: Objective: To identify, explain, and illustrate the people and places involved in the Texas Revolution.
Lamar Becomes President. Mirabeau Lamar 2 nd president 1838 Did not agree with Sam Houston’s policies – Focused on pushing out the Native Americans –
Texas Fight for Independence 1836 Battle at the Alamo Massacre at Goliad Battle at San Jacinto.
Location: Gonzales Date: October 2, 1835 Mexican Leaders: Colonel Agartechea and 100 Mexican soldiers Texas Leaders: Colonel John Moore and 160 Texan volunteers.
March 2, Texas Independence Day Cavalry Group of soldiers on horseback.
1836 The Tough Year Texan Military Sam Houston was named commander-in-chief of the Texas Army the Texas Navy was created to protect the coast and.
Unit 5. Texas colonists promised to be loyal to … Mexico The Pacific Ocean.
Houston Regains Presidency p Because Texas was a slave-holding state… Because of Texas debt… Because of threat of Mexican invasion…
Cherokee Chief Bowles Friend of Sam Houston. President Houston brought Bowles in to be a liason (a go between person) between the Cherokee Indians and.
The Republic of Texas. The Beginning Elections held on September 5, Texas Constitution of 1836 is overwhelmingly approved. Most Texans vote to join.
Soldiers who fight on foot infantry Serving temporarily ad interim.
Remember Goliad Chapter 10 Section 2. Battles in South Texas Battle of San Patricio February 27, 1836 Mexican General Urrea defeats small group of Texans.
6-Weeks Test Review Test is Monday!. Points of View of the Revolution Texan? Mexican?
Goliad & San Jacinto. Led the Texans at Coleto Creek Surrendered & Executed with his soldiers at Goliad James Fannin Fannin.
The Republic of Texas Chapter 11 Presidents of the Republic of Texas Sam Houston ( ) 1st President of the Republic of Texas Mirabeau.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Vocabulary Builder 3 The Republic of Texas. redbacks.
The Republic of Texas The Republic of Texas 1836 – 1845 Texas was now its own country, but the leaders faced MANY problems!
PEOPLE REVOLUTION AND REPUBLIC. 19th-century American lawyer and soldier At the age of 26, he was a lieutenant colonel in the Texas Army.
Heroes (and a Villain) of the Texas Revolution. General Sam Houston Leader of the Texas Army Advised Travis to abandon the Alamo Lead the Texas Army to.
TIMELINE 1836– Sam Houston is elected first president of Republic of Texas 1838 Mirabeau Lamar is elected president of Republic of Texas 1840.
Road to Independence The Convention of 1836 p
Guided Reading Activity 12-2 Outline. I. A Clash of Cultures A. They believed Texas was part of the Louisiana territory, which the United States had bought.
The Texas Revolution A PowerPoint Presentation by Ms. Kohli.
Independence Texas gains its independence June of 1836 with the Treaties of Velasco.
TEXIAN Used in place of the word Texan throughout the period of the Texas Revolution and the Texas Republic; immigrants from the United States and countries.
The Republic of Texas Sam Houston Constitution was written in 1836 based on the U.S. Constitution Annexation – The people voted for.
Section 2 Independence for Texas Chapter 12 Westward Expansion.
Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla led an unsuccessful revolt of poor Indians and mestizos in Independence from Spain came in 1821.
Meanwhile, during the battle of the Alamo The Battle of Coleto Creek and Goliad Massacre.
Texas Revolution Chapter 10. The Battle of Gonzales (October 2, 1835) Started with the refusal of Texans to return a Mexican cannon. Texans put a.
The Battles of the Texas Revolution December 1835-April 1836 Refugio, Coleto, Goliad, Runaway Scrape, San Jacinto.
Chapter 11 Section 4. 1. The Convention of 1836 declared Texan independence. 2. The Constitution of 1836 established the first government for the.
Who Am I? Read the clues. If you can figure out who it is talking about, you can use these as your notes!
Chapter 10.3 and Chapter 11 Test Texas Revolution: Goliad to The Battle of San Jacinto.
Texas Revolution. The Constitution of 1824 March 19, 1823: Federalists (believed in sharing power between the states and national government), overthrew.
10-2 Notes Texas Independence Mexico gained its independence from Spain in 1821, and Created a liberal democratic government who invited Settlement in.
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