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Texas Hist. 3rd SW
Review Cards for 3rd SW Test
|3rd President of the Republic of Texas - Leaders during annexation of Texas to the United States
|Battle of Gonzales
|First battle of the Texas Revolution that proved to the Texans that they could defeat the Mexican Army and gain independence
|The "George Washington" of Texas - Texas Revolution war hero and first President.
|Leader of the Texas troops at Coleto Creek - Captured and executed at the Goliad Massacre.
|Texas Revolution Timeline
|1. Battle of Gonzales. 2. Battle / Siege of the Alamo. 3. The Constitutional Convention of 1836. 4. The Goliad Massacre. 5. The Battle o f San Jacinto.
|The year was annexed by the United States.
|Law of April 6, 1830
|Main purpose was to stop United States citizens from immigrating to Texas.
|Protected the frontier and Texans from Native Americans (Indians).
|Freedom for most and slavery allowed.
|Result of the establishment of the Republic of Texas and the Texas Constitution.
|William B. Travis
|Commander of the Texas troops at the Alamo.
|The adding of something - example, the annexation of Texas to the United States.
|Mirabeau Lamars dealings the the Native Americans (Indians).
|1. Forced Cherokees into Oklahoma 2. Killed their Chief - John Bowles 3. Council House fight - with the Comanches
|Part of the State (North, South, East or West) Where the Texas Revolution Battles took place and many German settlers made their home.
|Potential war with Mexico
|Reason the United States originally did not want to annex Texas.
|A government in which the people hold the power, primarily through electing their officials (voting).
|Separation of Power
|Evidence through the 3 branches of government.
|Santa Fe Expedition
|Continued tensions with Mexico and eventually led to Texas being annexed to the United States.
|Served with Sam Houston during the Battle of San Jacinto. The only Tejano to serve in the Senate of the Republic of Texas.
|Texas Navy under Sam Houston
|mostly ineffective and a drain on Texas finances.
|Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
|Ended the Mexican War