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Texas revolution timeline!!

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Transcript of Texas revolution timeline!!

march 19-20 1836
colento creek
September 27, 1835
battle of gonzales

When Domingo military commander in Texas received word that the American colonists of Gonzales refused to surrender a small cannon that had been given to them that settlement in 1831 as a defense against the Indians. He sent out Francisco de Castaneda and 100 people to retrieve it.
1836
ALAMO
On February 23 1836, the arrival of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna's army outside San Antonio nearly caught them by surprise. The Texians and Tejanos prepared to defend the Alamo together. The defenders held out for 13 days against Santa Anna's army.
1836
Galiad
The Battle of San Jacinto fought on April 2 1836, in present-day Harris County Texas, was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution. Led by General Sam Houston, the Texan's Army engaged and defeated General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna's Mexican army in a fight
Texas revolution timeline!!
In 1835 thousands of Americans mostly from the southern states had immigrated to Mexico. Due to political changes the policies of the Mexican government became more and more harsh. Many colonists living in Texas decided to rebel from the Mexican government to start their own independent country. The Texans then proceeded to seize a number of key towns and forts, including the Alamo in San Antonio and the Presidio La Bahia in the town of Goliad.
1836
San Janinto

The battle of Coleto, the battle of the Goliad Campaign of 1836, occurred near Coleto Creek in Goliad County on March 19 and 20, 1836. Originally called the battle of the prairie and oak grove it was one of the most significant engagements of the Texas Revolution.
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