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Revolution and Republic

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Laura Flanagan

on 7 February 2017

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Transcript of Revolution and Republic


Battle of The Consultation Texas Texas
Goliad forms Texian becomes becomes
government Alamo Republic State

October November
1835 1835 1836 1837 1845
The Battle of Alamo
The Alamo was important because it gave the Texans hope. Every Texas soldier died. They believed in freedom so much they sacrificed their life for it.
Texas becomes a Republic
The Republic of Texas was an independent country from March 2, 1836 ,to February 19, 1846. With Sam Houston as President the Texans were in good hands.

What Life Was Like in Texas
Life was very hard because the Revolution was taking place and the Texans had to be ready for anything. The Mexicans could attack anytime and anywhere.
Leaders of the Texas Republic
Era of the Texas Revolution and Republic
1836-1845

Major Events of Revolution and Republic
Davy Crockett
Sam Houston
Head of the Texian Army
William Travis - Leader
at the Alamo
Santa Anna surrenders at the Battle of San Jacinto
Texas becomes a State
On December 29, 1845 Texas becomes the 28th State in the United States of America.
This era was very important because Texas won its freedom against Mexico in a hard-fought war, and became an independent Republic and later State.
General Sam Houston fought with the Texian Army against Mexico and General Santa Anna. The battle only lasted 18 minutes. When the Mexicans were captured, General Santa Anna pretended to be a soldier. His disguise was discovered by his own troops and Santa Anna surrendered.
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