Texas Revolution

By: Leah Wilkinson

The Battle of the Alamo

The people who fought in the battle of the Alamo are people I will never forget.Like William B. Travis, David Crockett, James Bowie, Almeron Dickinson, and General Santa Anna. The leaders of the Texan army was William B. Travis,and Almeron Dickinson. The leader of the Mexican army as we all know was General Santa Anna.The location of the battle of the Alamo was in San Antonio at the Alamo. The battle was fought because the people of Texas wanted to be free of Mexico.the outcome was not so good Santa Anna's army killed all of the defenders of the Alamo, except there wife's and children. Below is a Pitcher of the Battle of the Alamo.
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Battle of San Jacinto

The people who fought in the battle of San Jacinto became Texas Hero's wining independence from Mexico.Some of thought's people where Sam Huston, James W. Fannin, Jared E. Groce, Thomas Rusk, David Burnet , and General Santa Anna. Also the leaders where Santa Anna, the Mexicas army, and Sam Huston , the Texan army. The location of the battle was Harrisburg. The Texans fought to defeat Santa Anna also to win independence for Texas. You can then conclude that they were victorious because, we are here free and as true as can be! (Below is a pitcher)
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Battle of Gonzales

The people who fought in the battle of Gonzales where: Damingo De Ugorted, Santa Anna, John Henry Moore, Faneisco De Castaneda, and Andrew Ponton. Out of thoughts people the leaders were Domingo De Ugorted, Andrew Ponton, and Santa Anna. The location of the battle was the Guadalupe River. They where fighting because, the Mexicans fought to win back a small canon that the Texans had taken and refused to give it back. The outcome was Castaneda's army was outnumbered by the Texans and withdraw-ed towards Bexar. (Below is a pitcher)

Battle of Velasco

The people involved in the battle of Velasco where: Domingo De Uqartechea, William J. Russell, Frank W. Johnson, Henry Smith, John Anderson. The leaders of the battle were Domingo De Uqartechea, William Russell and Henry Smith. The location of the Battle of Velasco was in the fort of Velasco. The battle of Velasco was fought because the Mexicans tried to prevent the passage of the Texans cannon. The outcome of the battle was that Domingo and the Mexican army had to surrender. (See picture below)
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Battle of Nacogdoches

The people in the Battle of Nacogdoches where the bravest people I could imagine. They started the Revolution they said NO to Mexico! The people involved in the battle where: Joes De Las Piedras, Manuel De Mier Y Terian, Santa Anna, Samule S. David, Balliey Anderson, James W. bullhock. The leaders where Santa Anna, the Mexican army, and James W. Bullhock, the Texan army. The location of the battle was Nacogdoches. The battle was fought because, a group of Texans denied to take orders from a Mexican General. The Texans won because, Santa Anna's men turned against him. (see pitcher below)
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The battle of Concepcion

The people involved in the battle of Concepcion were: Stephen F. Austin, Martin Perfecto De Cos, James Bowie, James W. Fannin, Andrew Briscon, Robert M. Coleman, Valentin Bennet, and Michael Goheen. The leaders where : Stephen F. Austin and Martin Goheen. Thet where fighting for Texas independence (one of the first battles of the Texas Revolution). Texas won because Mexico withdraw-ed.

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