Texas Timeline

By: Terry Shephard, Cameron Ward

Dates Of Events

F.T Sumter: 1861

Guadalupe hidalgo: 1848

constitution 1868:

14th amendment 1868

Texas annexation: 1845

Sam Houston election: 1836

Anson Jones: 1845

Mariabeau Lamar: 1838

Sam Houston Election

1836

Sam Houston was a general for Texas during the Texas Revolution. He always showed to be a true leader for Texas. Sam Houston and his army proved to be a great army to be outnumbered every time. Everyone looked up to him in the eyes of Texas for a good reason. Sam joins as the leader of the army for the Alamo, it was a huge loss for Texas, but Sam was not done. By 10 days before the election, Sam was competing Stephen F Austin and Henry Smith, Sam totally outnumbered them. The same happened later on until the vote.

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Mariabeau Lamar

1838

Maribeau Lamar was a poet, and a soldier that truly leaded Texas. He was voted as the 3rd president of Texas. He took on many challenges battle wise and as a leader making huge decisions. After Sam Houston he was voted as president.

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Anson Jones

1845

Anson Jones was a well known Texas leader. He was all for Texas annexation, and tried his hardest. Anson was the 4th and last president of Texas. He later on achieved his goal of the Texas annexation.

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Texas Annexation

1845

Texas dream has came true, after all the work with the Texas Revolution and the battles, and the colonization, Texas had came a LONG way. It was about that time for all that hard work to pay off. With the help of Anson Jones they annexed and the U.S paid off all dept. Texas was bigger than that it is now.

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Guadelupe Hidalgo

1848 ended the Mexican war officially from all the recent Texas, Mexican conflicts through history.
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Fort Sumter

1861

Fort Sumter was where the beginning of the civil war started or where the first shots were fired. the shots were fired because of the many disagreements of the north and south and decided settle there problems this way.

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Constitution Of 1868

The constitution was what added the recent amendments and freed slaves from work and owners and also gave them many rights to be civilians in there life.
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14th amendments

The 14th amendment was to give all people civil rights even blacks and gave them the right to let them vote in elections and choose there government. even though this amendment was in place blacks were still treated unfair.
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