HIS 2053-004 Texas History Chapter 6 Notes
HIS 2053-004 Texas History Chapter 6 Notes HIS 2053
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Gone to Texas Chapter 6 Notes Slavery – Labor Contract (they changed the name) Jose Antonio Navarro – a Tejano who did not approve of slavery Vicente Guerrero – Mexican president who also did not accept slavery A power struggle began in Mexico between the Centralists and the Federalists o Centralists – wanted the Mexican government control in Texas o Federalist – wanted to control Texas themselves Manuel de Mier y Teran was sent to Texas, San Antonio then Austin as a spy o He was shocked by what he saw, slavery, a lot of Anglos and a lot of money Mexico built two more presidios (Velasco and Anahuac) in order to collect taxes and interfere with slavery o They also took in runaway slaves in the presidios and Anglos were mad Santa Anna – Mexican president a.k.a Napoleon of the West o He did not want to split Texas and Coahuila o He became a centralist and threw away Federalism Stephen F. Austin sent a letter from Mexico City reporting what had happened to Texas but the letter was intercepted and he was put in jail for a year Santa Anna replace all members of the congress Come and Take it (1835) – another attack against the Mexican government The Alamo fell in March 6, 1836 Santa Anna started to quash all rebellion in uprising states