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Beginnings of the Texas Revolution - Vocabulary Mix and Match
customs duties
Tax that is collected on goods that are
taken in or out of a country
Law of April 6, 1830
Issued by the Mexican government that
banned U.S. immigration to Texas, and
created customs duties on U.S. imports
faction
A group of people who share a viewpoint
on an issue who act together within a
larger group, usually in opposition
Manuel de Mier y Teran
Investigated and reported that Mexico
must gain control of Texas
delegate
A person who represents others
Battle of Velasco
Battle won by Texans that broke out on
June 26, 1832, after disagreements with
Mexican officials at Anahuac
Convention of 1832
Meeting of Texans in which delegates
adopted several suggested reforms to
present to the Mexican government
Fredonian Rebellion
Revolt led by Texas colonist Benjamin
Edwards that began in 1826
Battle of Gonzales
Brief battle between Texans and the
Mexican army in 1835 that began the
Texas Revolution
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Beginnings of the Texas Revolution - Vocabulary Mix and Match
Turtle Bayou Resolutions
Document written in 1832 in which
Texans declared their support for the
Constitution of 1824
Declaration of November 7,
1835
Agreement signed at the Consultation in
which delegates pledged their loyalty to
Mexico but warned that they would
create an independent government
Grass Fight
Incident in November 1835, in which a
group of Texans ambushed Mexican
troops
Convention of 1836
Meeting of delegates at Washington On
the Brazos in which Texans declared
independence from Mexico
Antonio López de Santa Anna
Leader of Mexico and the Mexican Army
at the start of the Revolution
Stephen F. Austin
Arrested by the Mexican government in
January 1834 in Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico
under the belief that he was pushing for
Texas independence
General Martín Perfecto de
Cos
Lead 500 soldiers to Texas to quell any
potential rebellion in September of 1835
Juan Seguin
Prominent Tejano leader during the Texas
Revolution
“Come and Take It”
Battle slogan at the Battle of Gonzales
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