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What was the outcome of the Texas revolt of 1836?
Last Updated: 28th March, 2020
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Also know, why is the Texas Revolution important?
The Texas Revolution lasted from 1835-1836 as the people of Texas rebelled against to Mexican government. For Texas, it was good enough and they announced their independence to the world. The Mexican-American War would have to fully resolve that issue a decade later.
Additionally, why did Texans declare independence from Mexico in 1836? The Texas Revolution Slavery was against Mexican law, but Americans brought slaves to Texas. Many American settlers and Tejanos, or Mexicans who lived in Texas, wanted to break away from Mexico. They did not like laws made by Santa Anna, Mexico's president. The Tejanos and Texans decided to fight for independence.
Subsequently, question is, what was the final battle of the Texas Revolution?
The Battle of San Jacinto (Spanish: Batalla de San Jacinto), fought on April 21, 1836, in present-day Harris County, Texas, was the decisive battle of the Texas Revolution.
What was the effect of the Texas Revolution?
Cause: Santa Anna learned that Texan colonists still had a Mexican cannon; troops were sent to bring the cannon back to Mexico. Effect: The first conflict between Mexican troops and Texan colonists. "COME AND TAKE IT" flag created. A group of 160 armed Texans fought the Mexican troops in a brief battle.