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What was the single most pressing issue tackled by the Consultation?
How did the delegates vote on the question of independence?
Who was elected governor in accordance with the “Organic Law?”
What was the “calamitous choice” made by the Consultation delegates?
Who was the man Austin had in mind to lead a Texian regular army?
How large was the army that Sam Houston took control of?
Why could Austin not lead the Texas government?
Sam Houston would have to “borrow” Austin’s army to obtain one.
Stephen F. Austin was unanimously elected governor of the new Texas Government.
Texians had the utmost faith in their new provisional government.