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Revolution Quiz

Questions over the Texas Revolution

In which time period did the Texas Revolution take place? 1833-1836
Which five major battles occured during the Texas Revolution? Battle of Gonzales, Battle of Goliad, Siege of Bexar, Battle of the Alamo, Battle of San Jancinto
What significance did these battles have towards the independance of Texas? If the American colonists had not fought so hard, we would not have gained our independance from Mexico.
Why did the Spanish settle in Texas? The Spanish wanted to find wealth,treasure,ect. They came to teach the Texans their religion, as well as to earn fame. (A.K.A Gold,God,Glory.)
What roles did the empresarios play in the Texas Revolution? (what did they do?) Empresarios,or land owners,brought settlers to Texas to live in their colonies. Empresarios usually had to get permission from Spain to make a colony in Texas.
What was the concluding battle of the Texas Revolution? The battle of San Jacinto.
What was the battle that began the Texas Revolution? The battle of Gonzales.
Who commanded the American troops at the Battle of the Alamo? William B. Travis
Who was victorious at the battle of the Alamo? The army of Mexico beat the Americans.
In which city was the Alamo located? San Antonio
Created by: texasproject