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The Texas Revolution was the only uprising against Santa Anna and the Centralists during the mid-1830s.
The Tornel Decree was a statement outlining that land pirates would be treated as sea pirates.
The state of the Texas Army was robust and well organized after the Siege of Bexar.
There were only three different roads that entered Texas in the 1830s.
The Matamoros Expedition was a major attack by the Mexican Army on Texas.
David Crocket came to Texas to…
The Commander of the Texas Calvary Legion was ____.
Santa Anna saw himself as the Napoleon of the West.
The Texas General at the Alamo was ____.
Who is considered the most forgotten leader in the Texas Revolution?
Who was left in charge at the Alamo when J.C. Neil took a leave of absence?
The Mexican military was ____.
Sam Houston fought at the Alamo.
Santa Anna used a French siege maneuver…
Santa Anna chooses to lead the final assault the Alamo in the early morning hours.
Mexican forces overran the walls of the Alamo after four hours of fighting.
Cornered by a howitzer and calvary lancers, Texian forces forces under General Fannin…
General Urrea ordered the murder of all Fannin’s men that surrendered at Coleto Creek.