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TX History 2013 Spring Semester Review

Delegates at the Convention of 1836 declared Texas's independence on _____________. March 2nd, 1836.
The Mexican Constitution of 1824 promised Texans _____________. state's rights.
William B. Travis is most remembered for __________________. commanding the Texans at the Alamo against Santa Anna.
Texas forces defeated Santa Anna's army and won the Texas Revolution at the _____________. Battle of San Jacinto.
Anglo settlers abandoned their homes and fled eastward to escape Santa Anna in an event known as _______. the Runaway Scrape.
Who was the commander of the entire Texas Army and hero of the Battle of San Jacinto? Sam Houston
The day after the Battle of San Jacinto, Santa Anna _____. was captured by the Texans.
Why was the Battle of the Alamo significant? It angered Texans and encouraged more to join the fight.
The Massacre of Goliad was _____. when Colonel Fannin and his men were executed.
All of these describe why Texans wanted to be annexed into the United States except _____. most Texans wanted slavery to be abolished.
Created by: SandraT19