I think it was Spain Texas was a part of Mexico ---- when it was a part of Mexico! How do you get Spain from that question?
No, Texas was not part of Mexico before. Texas was actually its own country until it was voted to becme part of the US.
Texas was a part of Mexico for about 15 years (1821-1836). The period started when Mexico gained independence from Spain, and ended when Texas gained independence from Mexico with the Texas Revolution.
Until 1835, Texas was still part of Mexico. Not a single acre of Texas was purchased from Mexico as an international transaction (it was settled by American Empresarios, though).
Mexico claimed Texas was part of Mexico.
Unitl 1836 it was part of Mexico.
Texas used to be part of Mexico until Mexico broke off from Spain. Mexico made new laws that Texas didn't like so the Texas/Mexico war started and eventually Texas became part of the US.
No. Cozumel is in Mexico, which is not part of Texas or the US for that matter.
Because originally, Texas was part of Mexico.
It was part of Mexico
no it is not because if it was we would be calling it texas mexico. but is clammed as a state in the U.S.
No, as a matter of fact, part of US, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and California (Alta California) were part of Mexico.
No. It was part of Mexico, but was considered a different territory than Chihuahua.
Yes, it was part of Mexico until Texas seceded from Mexico in 1836.
If Mexico had won then we would not be independent and be part of Mexico
Texas was once part of Mexico.
Mexico considered Texas as part of its own territory. All the history between the Republic of Texas and Mexico was fraught with disagreements and conflict. Having Texas as part of the US, however was too much to bear for Mexico. The situation soon became a war between the USA and Mexico.
Texas was originally part of Mexico. I believe Texas wanted to be its own country. The US claimed Texas after the war between the US and Mexico.
Texas when it was part of Mexico.
Stephen Austin got to Mexico by entering Texas in 1821 when Texas was part of Mexico. I assume he got there on horseback.
they didnt. when Spain ruled Mexico Texas was part of new Spain. when Mexico became independent they took new Spain's land including Texas
All "Texan" food was invented in Mexico, as Texas was part of that country until 1836.
Texas never moved, I believe the Question is "To which Nation was Texas a part before it became part of the U.S." that answer would be Mexico
The Texas Panhandle.
Texas played no part at all in the American Revolution; at that time it was a part of the Spanish colony of Mexico.
Mexico Texas was originally part of the Spanish holdings in the "New World." When Mexico won its independence from Spain, it claimed Texas as part of Mexico. Texas attracted many American settlers who eventually declared their independence from Mexico and set up the Repubic of Texas, an independent nation. Finally, in 1845, Texas joined the United States as the 28th state.
Texas was once a part of Mexico and then it became an independent country. Finally Texas joined the United States.
The Rio Grande is north of Mexico. It is part of the border between Texas and Mexico.
The territory of Texas.
They did, and provided them with generous land grants. Texas however was a part of Mexico, and it was Americans who were invited to Texas.
Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California.
Texas was simply a part of Mexico until 1836.
so that Texas could be free from Mexico and be a part of America
Texas is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico, which is part of the Atlantic Ocean.
The so-called "Aztlan War" is a racist myth. As for the rest of your question, Mexico has never invaded Texas. Texas was part of Mexico, and Mexico tried to prevent Texas from declaring independence. The effort failed, but it is false to say that Mexico ever invaded Texas.
From September 27, 1821 until April 21, 1836 Texas was part of Mexico.
Texas was originally part of Mexico, and as Mexico was an older country, it was called the Gulf of Mexico. It stuck
Texas had already seceded from Mexico during the Texas Revolution (1835-1836), but it became part of the US when it was admitted to the Union in 1845.
california, arizona, new mexico, texas
No. it is a city in southern Texas, USA. It is across the border from Matamoros, Mexico.
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Dallas, Texas is her hometown
Any part of Texas south of El Paso has Mexico to the west.
The closest part would be the Rio Grande River.
Alaska is part of Canada. At least Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California were all once part of Mexico.
Yes, until the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) when Texas was recognized as part of the United States by Mexico.
General Austin went to Mexico and conquered Austin which was part of Mexico then. It became the south part of Texas. There is a city named after him.
Texas was part of Mexico at the time. Fifteen years after Mexico got its independence from SpainTexas fought Mexico for it's independence, and won.
he helped by conquering texas and back then texas was only part of mexico, it was before the alamo war