Texas History: Texas Revolution
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What does the San Jacinto Monument represent to Texans?
It is a tribute to the people who wrote the Texas Declaration of Independence.
It represents Texans killed at the Alamo and Goliad
It marks the first time Texans struck gold.
it is a reminder of the Texans' victory in the last battle of the Texas Revolution
What early battle gave Texans the courage to start a revolution?
The Battle of the Alamo
March on San Antonio
Battle of Hastings
Battle of Gonzales
Which of the following was NOT an agreement in the Treaty of Velasco?
Mexico would stop the fighting against Texas
Texas would be allowed to join the United States
Mexico would remove all its forces from Texas.
Texas would exchange prisoners of war with Mexico.
Who was NOT a leader at the battle of the Alamo?
Stephen F. Austin
William B. Travis
Why was the convention of 1836 an important meeting?
because it took place in Washington-on-the-Brazos
because Santa Anna had arrived in San Antonio
because the leaders declared Texas independent of Mexico
because Goerge C. Childress was in charge of writing the declaration.
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