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Chapter 5 Outline 17/09/2009 17:55:00 March 2, 1836 Texas proclaimed itself an independent nation October 1835 Battle at Gonzalez  o Texans fight for statehood within Mexico Washington on the Brazos Draft of the Texas constitution- Thomas J. Rusk presided over the committee It was similar to the United States one o Successive terms not allowed due to distrust in Chief executive Bill of Rights o Freedom- speech, press, religion o Slavery legal September 1836 1 st  Presidential Race for the Republic of Texas o Sam Houston – President o Mirabeau Lamar – Vice November 1835- March 1836 Resolution o Recognize independence of Texas ( US )
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Opposed by northern antislavery interests US President Jackson… did not push the issue of Texas to much left it to rest  to help out Van Buren ( President Elected 1836)  January 1836 TX Pres Houston aided the Cherokee Indians  o Signing a treaty Indians to remain neutral in the impending war between Mexico  and Texas (treaty later over turned by Congress… signed before  independence… = not binding) 1838 TX president Houston could not run due to the successive term law The candidates that were wanted one committed suicide and the James  Collinsworth jumped off a ship former TX Chief Justice o President Mirabeau Lamar ( Houston’s VP) o VP David Burnet o Repeated Comanche attacks
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2010 for the course HIST 320P taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas.

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