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Unit 2 Test Review. Chapters 9, 10, 11, and 12. Chapter 9, # 1. Law of April 6, 1830. Ch. 9, #1. This law was written to stop immigration from the United States and it also placed a custom’s duty on imported goods. Ch. 9, #2. Turtle Bayou Resolutions. Ch. 9, #2.

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unit 2 test review

Unit 2 Test Review

Chapters 9, 10, 11, and 12

chapter 9 1
Chapter 9, # 1
  • Law of April 6, 1830
ch 9 1
Ch. 9, #1
  • This law was written to stop immigration from the United States and it also placed a custom’s duty on imported goods.
ch 9 2
Ch. 9, #2
  • Turtle Bayou Resolutions
ch 9 21
Ch. 9, #2
  • This document was written for colonists to pledge their loyalty to both Mexico and Santa Anna before the Revolution began.
ch 9 3
Ch. 9, #3
  • Battle of Gonzales
ch 9 31
Ch. 9, #3
  • First battle of the Texas Revolution.
ch 9 4
Ch. 9, #4
  • Stephen F. Austin’s arrest
ch 9 41
Ch. 9, #4
  • He wrote a letter while in Mexico to the Texas colonists.
  • The letter stated to write a new state of Texas Constitution.
  • He was arrested for treason before the Revolution began.
ch 9 5
Ch.9, #5
  • Santa Anna
ch 9 42
Ch. 9, #4
  • Santa Anna was a dictator, military leader of Mexico, President of Mexico, and surrendered to Sam Houston at the Battle of San Jacinto.
ch 10 1
Ch. 10, #1
  • Battle of San Jacinto
ch 10 11
Ch. 10, #1
  • The Battle of San Jacinto took place on April 21, 1836.
  • Last battle of the Texas Revolution where Santa Anna’s troops surrendered to Sam Houston.
  • Caused Texas to gain their independence.
ch 10 2
Ch. 10, #2
  • Battle of the Alamo
ch 10 21
Ch. 10, #2
  • The battle of the Alamo took place on March 6, 1836.
  • There was a 13 day siege by the Mexican Army while the Texian Army remained inside the Alamo to protect the Anglo settlers.
ch 10 3
Ch. 10, #3
  • Massacre @ Goliad
ch 10 31
Ch. 10, #3
  • The Massacre @ Goliad took place after the Battle of the Alamo.
  • Colonel Fannin and 300 of his men were taken prisoner under the command of General Urrea (Mexican Army man).
  • Marched to the old Mission Goliad and slaughtered.
  • Caused the Texans to gain momentum and want to fight in revenge of those men who died at the Alamo and at Goliad.
ch 10 4
Ch. 10, #4
  • Sam Houston
ch 10 41
Ch. 10, #4
  • Sam Houston was leader of the entire Texas Army.
  • Did not become leader until after the Battle of the Alamo was fought.
  • Santa Anna surrendered to Houston to end the Revolution.
ch 10 5
Ch. 10, #5
  • George Childress
ch 10 51
Ch. 10, #5
  • Author of the Texas Declaration of Independence.
  • Texas Independence day is March 2nd.
ch 11 1
Ch. 11, #1
  • Annexation
ch 11 11
Ch. 11, #1
  • Annexation means to add or join to a country.
ch 11 2
Ch. 11, #2
  • Rejection of Annexation
ch 11 21
Ch. 11, #2
  • The U.S. rejected annexation because slavery would expand into the new state of Texas.
ch 11 3
Ch. 11, #3
  • Dr. Anson Jones
ch 11 31
Ch. 11, #3
  • Dr. Anson Jones was the fourth President of Texas.
  • He was President when Texas was annexed to the U.S.
ch 11 4
Ch. 11, #4
  • First elected President of Texas
ch 11 41
Ch. 11, #4
  • Sam Houston was the first elected President of Texas.
ch 11 5
Ch. 11, #5
  • Why did Texas want to be annexed to the U.S.?
ch 11 51
Ch. 11, #5
  • So the U.S. would pay off their debts they acquired during the Texas Revolution.
ch 11 6
Ch. 11, #6
  • Mirabeau B. Lamar
ch 11 61
Ch. 11, #6
  • Mirabeau B. Lamar was the Second President of Texas.
  • He is the “Father of Public Education” in Texas.
ch 12 1
Ch. 12, #1
  • Five rights guaranteed to every U.S. citizen under the 1st Amendment
ch 12 11
Ch. 12, #1
  • R.A.P.P.S
  • Religion, Assembly, Petition, Press, and Speech
ch 12 2
Ch. 12, #2
  • Constitutional government
ch 12 21
A constitutional government is a limited government.

The powers of the government are explained in their country’s constitution.

Ch. 12, #2
ch 12 3
Ch. 12, #3
  • 7 Principle’s of government
ch 12 31
Ch. 12, #3
  • Popular Sovereignty – the People Rule
  • Republicanism – Power held by the people through the efforts of the people who represent them.
  • Limited Government – the government only has a much power as the people give it.
  • Separation of Powers – three branches of government, executive, judicial, and legislative. Each branch has a specific power to exercise.
  • Checks and Balances – each branch “checks” on the others to make sure they are doing their job.
  • Federalism – power is divided between the federal government and the state government
  • Individual Rights – rights you are born with and are protected by the constitution
ch 12 4
Ch. 12, #4
  • Taxation of Texas Citizens
ch 12 41
Ch. 12, #4
  • To pay for services that are provided to the citizens (example: Police, EMS, Fire, etc.)
ch 12 5
Ch. 12, #5
  • Special Session
ch 12 part ii 1
Ch. 12, (part II) #1
  • Manifest Destiny
ch 12 part ii 11
Ch. 12, (part II) #1
  • The belief the U.S. should expand from “sea to shining sea.”
ch 12 part ii 2
Ch. 12, (part II) #2
  • Anglo-American vs. Spanish settlements
ch 12 part ii 21
Ch. 12, (part II) #2
  • Anglo-Americans usually settled in towns or on ranches.
  • Spanish settled in missions that grew into towns.
ch 12 part ii 3
Ch. 12, (part II) #3
  • Primary source
ch 12 part ii 31
Ch. 12, (part II) #3
  • A primary source is a firsthand account of an event.
  • A primary source could be used to gather information for research.
  • Examples: diary entries, an eyewitness to history, autobiography, etc.
  • Non-examples: biography