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Originally, what country took posession of Texas?
When did Mexico achieve independence from Spain?
What happened as a result of Mexicos independence?
A. Spains territories in North America (what is today the U.S Southwest Texas) became part of the new nation of Mexico
When did American immigrants first begin to move into Texas?
Who was mainly responsible for bringing thousands of anglo families into Texas?
Why did Mexico allow this immigration to take place?
A. Texas was barley populated
B. Mexico was hoping that English speakers would help the process of populating Texas
What gamble did Mexico take by allowing Anglo immigrants into Texas?
That they would become mexicans
What did not happen
A. Anglo immigrants did not become Mexicans
B. They held on to their culture and language
C. They never developed any allegiance to Mexico
What was the result of this?
A. Anglo immigrants felt dissatisfied with the Mexican government and its policies toward Texans
When did Texas declare independence from Mexico?
March 2 1863
Explain the factors that led Anglophone residents of Texas to declare independence from Mexico
A. Mexico had ended further American immigrants into Texas
B. Mexico's abolition of slavery threatened the cotton planters
C. No freedom of religion (people immigrating had to become Catholics)
Why did Mexico put an end to further American migration into Texas?
Anglophones were beginning to out number the Hispanophone residents
When did Texas become the Republic of Texas?
April 21, 1836
Mention some of the provisions contained in the Constitution of the Republic of Texas (1836)
A. Bicameral Congress
B. An elected president
C. Legalization of slavery
When did Texas join the U.S?
Febuary of 1845
By Texas joining the U.S how many states made the Union?
Mention the most important elements of the Constitution of 1845
A, A bicameral legislature
B. A biennial legislature (meets every two years)
C. The governor and lieutenant governor do not run on the same ticket
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