Slavery was the most important among them. See related questions.
The mexicans impacted texas because
How did the new Texas Constitution treat Mexicans living in Texas?
The Mexicans who settled in Texas who speak Spanish are called Mexicans. Those who speak English are called Americans.
About 9.1 million Mexicans.
There are no exact numbers on how many American-Mexicans lived in Texas in 1836. It is estimated that in the 1830 the total population of Texas was only 20,000. About half of that number were Mexicans.
They didnt because mexicans are idiots and dont no what to do with anything
They always lived in texas.....
No there from Mexico
The Mexicans called the Texas Rangers "Los Diablos Tejanos", which means Texan Devils in engllish.
Federalist Mexicans, Republic of Yucatán
To pressure mexicans to reconize texas
during the Alamo
Texans (Americans who lived in texas) Tejanos (mexicans who lived in texas) Mexicans Maybe some native americans some black slaves
Texas helped Mexicans in Texas, and started reconstruction.
the Mexicans of course. then the texans rebelled hence the texas revolution.
The mexican war was a war between Texas and the mexicans for Texas becoming a newly independant country. Texas won and did not surrendur to the mexicans. The americans then later annexed Texas in 1848 in the treaty of Guadolupe Hidalgo
The Texans were right across a river from the Mexicans and they couldn't build upenoughforces to prevent the Mexicans fromattacking.
Tejanos were Mexicans who claimed Texas as their home.
yes they were Mexicans