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Lamar needed to accomplish his Santa Fe scheme quickly because his term in office was coming to a close.
What town did Lamar want to have as part of the Texian boundary?
What did Lamar try to do, in a last ditch effort, to get the New Mexicans to join Texas?
The “Prairie Tour” achieved the results that Lamar wanted.
Where in Mexico did the survivors of the ill-fated Santa Fe Expedition go?
How did the Texian populace react to the failure of the Santa Fe Expedition?
Lamar’s ambition was to see the Pacific coastline become part of Texas and have the Republic become a continental power.
Mirabeau Lamar invested heavily in the Santa Fe Expedition, from goods to the people he appointed to the venture.
The Centralist politicos shared many things in common with the Texians.
The Texian Constitution of 1836 allowed Texas presidents to serve four terms, same as the U.S. Constitution.