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20 Cards in this Set

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skirmish [short battle]

Establishment of Catholic missions & presidios
Spanish Colonial Era
Stephen F Austin & Old 300

Mexican Colonial Era
The battle that started the Texas Revolution

Battle of Gonzales

Believed power belonged to state governments

States rights supporters
"Come and take it"

Flag from the Battle of Gonzales

Fredonian Rebellion;

Law of April 6; Mier y Teran report

Events leading up to the Texas Revolution

Haden Edwards

Leader of Fredonian Rebellion
Raised taxes, outlawed slavery, closed borders

Law of April 6, 1830
Settlers rebelled in this city and tried to declare it independent of Mexico.

Document in which colonists resolve to support Santa Anna

Turtle Bayou Resolutions
Reason for Stephen F Austin's visit to Mexico

To meet with Santa Anna about the demands of the colonists.
Reason for Stephen F. Austin's arrest
Wrote a letter suggesting Texas separate from Coahuila.
What the Mexican government wanted the colonists to return to them.

The cannon at Gonzales

Mier y Teran was concerned about the increasing _________ influence in Texas.

How many more Anglo settlers than Mexicans living in Texas when Mier y Teran visited?

Ten times more

Texan colonists' reaction to Law of April 6, 1830
Battle of Gonzales; Battle of the Alamo

Revolution and Republic Era
Settlers are ignoring laws against trading with the U.S.

One of the conclusions of Mier y Teran's Report
An important effect of the Mier y Teran report

Mexican officials pass the Law of April 6, 1830