2 ObjectiveObjective:To identify, explain, and illustrate the people and places involved in the Texas Revolution.
3 Construction of the Book: Each page must be on ½ sheet of typing, construction, or blank paper.(NO NOTEBOOK PAPER ALLOWED)Cover page: Include title, your name, and class period.There will NEED to be a TOTAL of 26 events in the book.One significant event, or person per book page.Each page should have a title, picture, and description of the event.
4 IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES: Nov Assignment start dateNov Return signed information sheetDUE (Daily Grade)Nov Work on in classNov completed entries DUE (Daily Grade)Nov Work on in classDec completed entries DUE (Daily Grade)Dec completed entries DUE ( Daily Grade)Dec Work on in classDec Completed book DUE
5 DETAILS: Illustrations MUST be colored. NO INTERNET ILLUSTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.Bring book and supplies to class each day to work on as time permits.Book will count as a test/project grade.
6 People to use Sam Houston Stephen F Austin George C Childress Santa AnnaBen MilamWilliam B TravisJames BowieJames FanninGenerla UreaGeneral CosDavy CrockettColonel Juan AlmonteGeneral UgartecheaHenry SmithJames W RobinsonGeorge C ChildressJuan SeguinLorenzo de ZavallaEdward BurlesonSuzanna DickensonJuan AlmonteJohn BonamGonzales Mounted VolunteersFrank W JohnsonDavid G BurnetJose Antonio Navarro
7 Places San Fernando Church Washington-on-the Brazos San Felipe de Austin
8 Battles Gonzales Siege of Bexar Goliad Grass Fight Run-Away-Scrape San JacintoSan AntonioAlamoAnahuacVelascoColetto CreekRefugio
9 Miscellaneous Constitution of 1824 Turtle Bayou Resolutions DeGuello! CentralistFederalistLaw of April 6,1830Convention of 18321824 flagConvention of 1833ConsultationsWar PartyPeace PartyConvention of 1836Committees of Correspondence“Come and take It” flagArmy of the People