The Tittle Essay

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a guerra de la Independencia de Texas (o Revolución de Texas) tuvo lugar entre el 2 de octubre de 1835 y el 21 de abril de 1836. Las partes en conflicto fueron México y la provincia de Texas, perteneciente jurídicamente por aquel entonces al Estado de Coahuila y Texas.Los problemas entre el gobierno mexicano y los colonos angloparlantes en Texas comenzaron con la promulgación de la constitución centralista de 1835, conocida como las Siete Leyes. Esta nueva legislación, promulgada por el presidente mexicano Antonio López de Santa Anna, dejaba sin efecto la antigua Constitución federal de 1824. Poco tiempo después, surgieron pronunciamientos en varias regiones del país. La guerra comenzó en territorio tejano el 2 de octubre de 1835, con la Batalla de González. Rápidamente, las fuerzas tejanas tomaron La Bahía y San Antonio Béjar, aunque pocos meses después serían derrotadas.Después de algunas victorias mexicanas, la guerra terminó inesperadamente con la Batalla de San Jacinto, a más de 300 kilómetros de la actual ciudad de San Antonio. En ese lugar, el general Samuel Houstoncondujo a los rebeldes tejanos y a los voluntarios estadounidenses a una aplastante victoria contra tropas mexicanas, al mando de López de Santa Anna, saldándose con el general capturado tras la batalla. Tras la conclusión de la guerra, se formalizó la independencia de la República de Texas. Texas se unió en 1845 a los Estados Unidos, y las reclamaciones de ambas partes no quedarían finiquitadas hasta laintervención estadounidense en México, que se prolongaría entre 1846 y 1848.Índice[ocultar]1 El origen del conflicto1.1 La independencia de México y la colonia texana1.2 Primeros años del México independiente y de la colonia texana2 Hacia la independencia2.1 Rebelión de Fredonia2.2 Ofertas por el territorio, atención de México2.3 El descontento texano: La esclavitud como la verdadera causa de la independencia2.4 El dictador Santa Anna3 Comienza la guerra3.1 La guerra de independencia de Texas3.2 Victorias de los texanos3.3 El gobierno provisional de Texas: grupo de aventureros que no habían nacido en el Estado4 La reacción mexicana4.1 El Ejército de Operaciones4.1.1 Orden de Batalla4.2 Las victorias de Urrea5 El encuentro de los dos ejércitos5.1 Retirada texana5.2 La derrota de Santa Anna6 Consecuencias7 Referencias8 Bibliografía9 Enlaces externosEl origen del conflicto[editar]Stephen F. Austin, el llamado "Padre de Texas".El pánico de 1819 sumió a los Estados Unidos en una grave depresión económica. Moses Austin, banquero de Virginia con fuertes intereses en el Territorio del Misuri, con ayuda del Barón de Bástrop Felipe Enrique Neri y Erasmo...

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