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The Texas Revolution By: Type Your Name

The Texas Revolution By: Type Your Name

Slide 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Causes of the Texas Revolution Major Events during the Texas Revolution The Texas Revolution By: Type Your Name Slide 4 Slide 6 Slide 5 Battle of San Jacinto List 3 facts Insert picture of the San Jacinto Monument on this slide in PowerPoint Battle of the Alamo

By Anita
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The Texas Revolution

The Texas Revolution

The Texas Revolution. A PowerPoint Presentation by Ms. Kohli. Spanish Texas. The Spanish land called Tejas was rich and desirable, as it had forests, rich soil, and great grassy plains. Tejanos are people of Spanish heritage who consider Texas their home.

By issac
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9.3 Expansion in Texas

9.3 Expansion in Texas

9.3 Expansion in Texas. Spain’s American Empire. 1800s: Spanish colonies rebelled and established independent governments. The Mission System. Prior to Mexican independence

By bill
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COMPARING THE TEXAS REVOLUTION AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

COMPARING THE TEXAS REVOLUTION AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

COMPARING THE TEXAS REVOLUTION AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. ARE THEY SIMILAR OR ARE THEY DIFFERENT?. WHERE DOES IT BELONG?. COLONISTS AND SETTLERS ORIGINALLY LEFT ALONE (MOTHER COUNTRIES DID NOT INTERFERE). WHERE DOES IT BELONG?. COLONISTS AND SETTLERS BEGAN TO DEVELOP ON THEIR OWN

By adriel
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University of North Texas Libraries

University of North Texas Libraries

Primary Source Adventures: The Texas Revolution. Homer S. Thrall . A pictorial history of Texas, from the earliest visits of European adventurers, to A.D. 1879 . (St. Louis: N.D. Thompson, 1879). University of North Texas Libraries. Primary Source Adventures: The Texas

By najwa
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Major events of the Texas Revolution

Major events of the Texas Revolution

Major events of the Texas Revolution. Fredonia Revolt. The Revolt occurred in 1826. .

By wren
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Chapter 19

Chapter 19

Chapter 19. From Sea to Shining Sea: American Expansion 1820–1848. The Mexico’s Borderlands. American boundaries Jefferson’s generation assumes Louisiana Purchase completes U.S. Next generation looks towards Mexico territory Expanding settlement U.S. expands to the west

By didrika
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Road to Revolution

Road to Revolution

Road to Revolution . Jeopardy Game. 0. Please select a Team by picking the category that matches your birthday. January-March April-June July-September October-December. Team Scores. Participant Scores. lu. Rev. Tex . tion. as . o. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200.

By fulbright
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History Under Nine Flags

History Under Nine Flags

History Under Nine Flags. PRESIDIO LA BAHIA GOLIAD, TEXAS. Presidio La Bahia. The history of Presidio La Bahia can be explained by the nine flags that have flown over its walls including: The Flag of France The Flag of Spain The Flag of the Republic of the North Dr. James Long’s Flag

By jefferson
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The Battle of the Alamo

The Battle of the Alamo

The Battle of the Alamo. Social Studies, 4 th grade. The Alamo. What is the Alamo?. The Alamo was originally named Mision San Antonio de Valero. It was home to missionaries and Native Americans that converted to Christianity for 70 years. The Alamo is located in San Antonio,

By elsie
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Antebellum Nationalism

Antebellum Nationalism

Antebellum Nationalism. Circa 1812-1850 Introduction and Overview. Topics. Results of The War of 1812 Early Industrialization Advances in Transportation Monroe and The Era of Good Feeling The American System Missouri Compromise Election of 1824 Reform Movements

By moira
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CH. 9-2 TEXAS INDEPENDENCE

CH. 9-2 TEXAS INDEPENDENCE

CH. 9-2 TEXAS INDEPENDENCE. AMERICAN HISTORY. THE SPANISH SETTLE TEXAS. Original inhabitants were Native Americans First Europeans to visit Texas were Spanish in 1500s Spanish claimed the land but made little attempt to settle because the land had little wealth

By trixie
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A Practical Guide to Apps

A Practical Guide to Apps

A Practical Guide to Apps. Presented by: Kim Boyd and Kay Cole Digital Learning Specialists Fort Bend ISD. Edmodo Code: kdm39a. Objectives. Provide detailed information on some of the most popular educational apps. Demonstrate apps. Share lesson sample and ideas.

By loki
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The Texas Revolution

The Texas Revolution

The Texas Revolution . Terms. Anahuac. Washington-on-the-Brazos. Treaty of Velasco. Fredonian Rebellion. Filibusters. Convention of 1832. Convention of 1833. Law of April 6, 1830. Dates. 1830. 1835. 1836. people. James Long Jane Long Stephen F Austin George Childress

By lindsay
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Tejanos (Mexicans) who fought for Texas

Tejanos (Mexicans) who fought for Texas

Tejanos (Mexicans) who fought for Texas. in the Battle of the Alamo. Remembering the Tejanos. Out of the 189 defenders of the Alamo, only a few were native Texans. Defenders came from all over the country, even from as far as Europe. Famous Tejano patriots.

By chesna
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By: Erika Liebel

By: Erika Liebel

Texas Revolution. By: Erika Liebel. Battle of Gonzales. October 2, 1835- 1 st battle of the Texas Revolution Texians take Mexican cannon Col John Moore & Col Domingo de Ugartechea Texians buried cannon – Come & take it Mexicans retreated. Constitutional Convention of 1836.

By lara
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America Claims Empire

America Claims Empire

America Claims Empire. What is the continental United States? Why did the United States expand westward after the American Revolution? . Treaty of Paris of 1783 Great Britain - after American Revolution Louisiana Purchase (1803) East of the Rocky Mountains to about the Mississippi

By adelio
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The A lamo

The A lamo

The A lamo. By: Ketasha Noble. Susanna Dickinson. She was born in Williamson Country, Tennessee ,on May 24,1829 at the age of only fifteen years. She died in Austin of October 7,1883. Adulthood. She was the wife of Almeron Dickinson

By drake
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Mexican Independence and the Texas Revolution

Mexican Independence and the Texas Revolution

Mexican Independence and the Texas Revolution. HIST/CS 136: 10.18.2011. Unit Three: Bordering the Southwest.

By vangie
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Texas Gains Independence

Texas Gains Independence

Texas Gains Independence. Chapter 10.3. Convention of 1836. 2 nd Meeting of the Consultation. Delegates declared Texas independent on March 2, 1836. Within 2 weeks, they wrote a Constitution . Declaration of Independence.

By wolfe
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