Texas Revolution 1836 By: Luke Cronin

Part of the Texas Revolution took place in San Antonio, Texas in 1835-1836.

The most known battle of the Texas Revolution is The Alamo in 1836.

The Mexican army defeated the 260 Texans and later lost Texas at the battle of San Jacinto.

The Texas Revolution lasted for a year and a half April 1835- October 1836.

In total the Mexicans lost around 1,000 and had 500 wounded, the Texans lost 700 and had 100 wounded.

The Texas Revolution started with The battle of Gonzales in October of 1835.

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