Who was the president of Mexico and how did he react when the Texans declared independence in 1836?
Asked in History of the United States, Texas
Who did the Texans declare their independence from?
Asked in History of the United States, Texas, Mexico
What did Texans become when it declared independence from Mexico?
Asked in Mexico
What assumption did the Texans make when they declared independence from Mexico?
Texans won their independence under the leadership of?
Asked in Mexico
What event happened immediately after Texans declared independence from Mexico in 1836?
What nickname did Texans adopt after they declared independence?
Asked in History of the United States, Mexico
What did Texans voted for after winning the independence from Mexico?
Did victory at the Alamo inspired the Texans to win their independence from Mexico?
When did Texas declare itself an independent Republic from Mexico?
Asked in Mexico, Century - 1800s
Where did Texans declare their independence from Mexico?
Asked in Texas, Battle of the Alamo
What was the purpose of the soldiers fighting at the Alamo?
The purpose for the Battle of the Alamo is that Mexico was pursuing north into Texas to fight the Texans. The Texans had declared their independence from the U.S. and Mexico. Mexico though didn't see Texas as an independent country so the Texans rebelled. The Battle of the Alamo was basically for the independence for Texas. Although we lost that battle we won the war and up until The Battle at San Jacinto, Mexico didnt view us as an independent nation.
What were the events at which two locations inspired Texans to continue fighting for independence from Mexico?
Asked in Texas, Mexico, North America, Emotions
Did Texans worry about Mexico after they declared their independence?
Yes, because independence of Texas was never officially recognized by Mexico, that considered it a "rebellious province". Mexico entering the territory of Texas, which it considered of its own, was the cause of the Mexican-American War, because the United States not only recognized Texas independence but also annexed it as a new state, which Mexico considered illegal.