The issue of slavery.
the Mexican government asked the Texans to strip for them
Texans rebelled because the Mexican government was attempting to infringe upon Texan's rights and their land.
The Treaties of Velasco which were not honored by the Texans or the Mexicans and were never ratified by the Mexican Government.
Santa Anna didn't enforce the Mexican Constitution of 1824. That Constitution Texas supported. So of course, it angered Texans and tensions grew between Texans and the Mexican government and finally after all options failed, Texans resorted to war.
October 2, 1835
Texans did not like the Mexican laws
Texans wanted independence from Mexico, largely due to their reliance on slavery, after Mexico ended the practice.
the role of Mexican Texans who played a role in the war for independence
why were Texans unhappy with Mexicans rule
The Texans , fighting to the end , became a rallying cry encouraging the others to fight on against the Mexican government/army .
It was a battle within the Texas Revolution conflict (1835-1836) between Texans (or Texians) and the Mexican government. See related questions for further detail.
Texas was basically made up of immigrants from the USA and Europe. Well, The texans were frustrated with the mexican government because all the documents were in Spanish and their right were taken away and then in fear of the texans rebelling they made immigration illegal and put taxes on them so now they were really angry and they also put Austin in prison.
At El Alamo, Texas.
Wherever they wants.
Poorly at best; there were 200-250 Texans facing 2,400 Mexican troops.
how did the mexican revolution affect the live of texans
they were racist i thimk
After the Battle of Goliad, about 400 rebel Texans surrendered to the Mexican army.