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From which country did the Texians ultimately decide they needed help?
U.S. President _______ was unlikely to risk an international incident by openly supporting the Texas rebels against Mexico
The Texian provisional government dispatched _______ as an envoy to the United States.
Why were U.S. banks in the north typically opposed to funding the Texian rebellion?
How would a new slave state in the U.S. have politically benefited other southern states?
By ________, nearly all of the convention delegates judged that their best hope rested on separation from Mexico.
How large was the committee tasked with drafting a Declaration of Independence?
Travis and his men at the Alamo were the first to learn of the newfound independence of Texas.
The Texas Declaration of Independence followed the basic form of the American Declaration of Independence.
The new country was named the Republic of Texas.