Texas revolution


Border fearing a rebellion as well as a
U.S. invasion. By 1835 about twenty-
three- thousand slaves live in Texas.
Most of the immigrants entered illegally.
In 1834 General Antonio Lopez de Santa
government. The Mexican were furious
about this. Antonio eliminated state
representatives with his own appointees.
Many Mexican states got angry because
of the lost of state power. American
settlers and Tejanos were outraged and
rose up in a revolt. Conflicts over
immigration slavery, and state power led
restore Mexican Rule. One –hundred and
eighty-seven Texas rebels fought off
repeated attacks by Santa Anna’s troops.
Mexicans paid a heavy price for their
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