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Independence Declared

1. How did the leaders of Texas declare independence from Mexico?


2. How did the Texans set up their new country?


3. Circle what happended first at the Convention of 1836.
A : The singing of the constitution or
B : The acceptance of the declaration of independence

4. Who led the Republic of Texas before voters could choose their leaders?
President:
Vice President:

6. What was said in the Texas Declaration of Independence?

7. Why did the delegates of the Convention of 1838 send the original Texas Declaration of Independence to the State Department of the United States?

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