The Texas Revolution

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In History
  • Land Offer

    Land Offer
    To encourage settlement, Spanish government offers large tracts of land to empresarios. Pictured: Moses Austin
  • Texas independance

    Texas independance
    The Texans started to gain their independance when Moses Austin got to Texas. Pictured: Mexican Flag
  • The Old Three Hundred

    The Old Three Hundred
    Austin attracted 300 familys on his new settlement. they were call the old three hundred. Pictured:Austin's Old Three Hundred
  • Mexico Outlawed Slavery

    Mexico Outlawed Slavery
    People bedame angry in Mexico when they decided to outlaw slavery. Pictured: Slaves being sold.
  • Swelling Population

    Swelling Population
    The populationn had swelled to about 25,000, with americans outnumbering Tejanos six to one.
    Picutred: a lot of people
  • Austin went to Mexico City

    Austin went to Mexico City
    Moses Austin went to Mexico City to present a list of requested preforms to Mexican officials. Pictured: Mexico City
  • Soliders are Marching.

    Soliders are Marching.
    The mexicans have been ordered to siez a cannon used by the texans for protection against native americans. \ Pictured: soilders at war
  • The Alamo Has Begun

    Two nights after the alamo has begun, Travis said, "the enemy has demanded surrender... i have answered with a cannon shot... i shall never surrender or retreat.
  • Never Surrender

    Never Surrender
    The Mexican began their siege of the Alamo. The next day Travis scrawled a message to the world saying, "The enemy has demanded surrender... i answered... with a cannon shot.
  • Washington-on-the-Brazos

    Texans met a settlement named Washington-on-the-Brazos to decide what to do about Santa Annas troops. so they decide to declare Texas a free and independent republic. Pictured: Santa Anna
  • Remember the Alamo!

    Remember the Alamo!
    in just 18 mins the Texans killed more then half of the Mexican army and Captured Santa Anna who had to sign a treaty giving Texas their freedom.