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US, France, Great Britain, Netherlands, and Belgium

first countries to recognize Texas' independance

President Lamar's method of influencing Mexico

taking control of Santa Fe region

Santa Fe and Mier expeditions commonality

Mexico captured Texans

Independant country

Method of keeping peace with Mexico


most critical issue to Anson Jones' presidency


Texan's answer to economy issues

foreign relations

dealings with other countries

Alcee Louis La Branche

US minister to Texas appointed by Andrew Jackson

Hugh McCleod

head of the Santa Fe expedition

Santa Fe Expedition

Texas soldiers sought to control Santa Fe but had to split up and were captured by Mexico.

Rafael Vasquez

Mexican general who led 700 soldiers into Texas to raid San Antonio, Goliad, Refugio, and Victoria

Angelina Eberly

head of Austin residents who fired on those moving archives

Archives War

moments when Austin residents fired upon those moving state archives in order to keep the capital in Austin

Adrian Woll

led 1400 Mexican soldiers to capture San Antonio

Alexander Somervell

head of 750 soldiers ordered by President Sam Houston to recapture prisoners taken by Mexican general Woll

Anson Jones

president after Sam Houston

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