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HIS 2053-004 Texas History Chapter 6 Notes

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HIS 2053-004 Texas History Chapter 6 Notes HIS 2053

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Chapter 6 notes.
Texas History
Prof. Mary Margaret McAllen
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nash on Saturday September 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIS 2053 at University of Texas at San Antonio taught by Prof. Mary Margaret McAllen in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Texas History in History at University of Texas at San Antonio.


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Date Created: 09/17/16
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


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