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Unit 6

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Anson Jones leader when Texas annexed to the US
What area did most battles occur South and southeast Texas
James Fannin leader surrendered and executed with his men because his defense of Goliad during the Texas Revolution
Sam Houston leader during Texas revolution
What happened in 1845 Texas annexed to The United States
When did the Siege of the Alamo take place The Revolution era
Law of April 6th, 1830 to stop U.S. immigration to Texas
locations of the battles biggest factor population centers
Texas Rangers protect Texans from American Indians
Outcome of the Republic of Texas freedom to live and work. Slavery was permitted
Alamo was battle ground because defended whites and delayed Mexican Army
Who wrote the letter from the Alamo William B Travis
What did the Battle of Gonzales contribute Texans could defeat the Mexican army and Independence achieved
where is the San Jacinto Monument in South east Texas
Texas constition limited govt power divided govmt into 3 branches
how did the tEXAS CONSTITION REFLECT DEMOCRACY used elections
juan Seguin sent a messanger to warn Sam Houston
What where the Invinsible, Brutus, and Independence Texas Navy
What did the Texas NAvy do serve as blockade of the Mexican coast to protect Texas
How was sam Houston's biggest supporter Chief Bowles
Who was Sam Houston's biggest enemy Jose Navarro
Why was Sam Houston against BUILDING THE tEXAS naVY COST AND INEFFECTIVE
WHAt year was Turtle Bayou Resolutions 1832
why did the geography contribute in the Battle of Coleto open land allowed men to be surrounded
 

 



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