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  21. Welcome! You will need:pen/pencil - sharpenedAgendaBackpacks on shelves Objective: Identify and describe the similarities between the Texas Revolution and the American Revolution.

  22. The Struggle Towards Independence Today we will focus on the conflict which occurred between Texas and Mexico as more settlers arrived in Texas. The Texas settlers wanted a different kind of government and this was not taken well with Mexico. The Mexican dictator, Santa Anna, responded harshly to the strong tensions brewing in Texas. These tensions escalated to revolts and then a revolution.

  23. Vocabulary Do you think you would start a revolt if you wanted some kind of change? Why?

  24. VOCABULARY Revolt – to oppose or refuse to accept something; to attempt to overthrow the authority of the state; rebel; an uprising, especially against state authority; a rebellion; an act of protest or rejection; the state of a person or persons in rebellion

  25. Questions for Understanding Do you think Texans had good reasons to start a revolution against the Mexican government? Why? Today we are going to find out what the reasons for the revolution were and the outcome.

  26. Cornell Notes Title your notes: Road to the Alamo – part 1

  27. The Texas Revolution Distribute Graphic Organizers

  28. The Texas Revolution andthe American Revolution

  29. American Revolution

  30. The Texas Revolution andthe American Revolution

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  34. The Texas Revolution andthe American Revolution

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  39. The Texas Revolution andthe American Revolution

  40. The Beginnings of Revolution - Assessment How was the Texas Revolution similar to the American Revolution? (A) Texas and British colonists had the same culture as the rulers they fought against. (B) Texas and British colonists both wanted more self-government. (C) Texas and British colonists fought for the same rights as citizens of the countries that governed them. (D) Both revolutions took six years for the patriots to win.

  41. The Battle of Gonzales Tensions had existed between the Anglo settlers and the Mexican government for several years. What types of emotions might be prevailing in people on each side? Skim the FIRST paragraph under the heading “The Battle of Gonzales” on page 158

  42. The Battle of Gonzales First Battle of the Texas Revolution October 2, 1835 Mexican leaders in San Antonio lent a small cannon to the Texans in nearby Gonzales. The cannon was to be used to fight Comanches. After an Anglo uprising at Anahuac, Colonel Ugartechea decided to reclaim the cannon. He did not want it to be used against the Mexicans.

  43. Battle of Gonzales First Battle of the Texas Revolution October 2, 1835

  44. The Battle of Gonzales The alcade of Gonzales, Andrew Ponton, hid the cannon. His men captured the Mexicans sent to retrieve it. In response, Ugartechea sent 100 troops to Gonzales. He ordered them to avoid a fight, if possible. Alcalde – a Mexican official, much like a mayor.

  45. The Battle of Gonzales Eighteen armed Texans held off the Mexican troops sent to retrieve the cannon from Gonzales. The Texans dug up the cannon and dared the Mexicans to come and take it. The Texans displayed a white flag bearing the words “Come and Take It” on the cannon.

  46. Battle of Gonzales The Texans displayed a white flag bearing the words “Come and Take It” on the cannon

  47. The Battle of Gonzales The Battle of Gonzales is known as the “Lexington” of the Texas Revolution. Just as the Battle of Lexington was the first battle of the American Revolution, the Battle of Gonzales was the initial battle of the Texas Revolution. The battle lasted only a few minutes and took place at present day city of Gonzalez on the Guadalupe River.

  48. Battle of Gonzales known as the “Lexington” of the Texas Revolution took place at present day city of Gonzalez on the Guadalupe River

  49. The Battle of Gonzales