Texas History

Name one main success and one main failure of the Republic of Texas government. Then, tell how these factors contributed to Texas’ annexation by the United States.

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  1. What does your text say?

  2. I am not asking for answers, but I can't find my notes when moving to my new house. Can I have something like a list to see some good examples?

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  3. I didn't ask about your notes; I asked about your text.

  4. "Santa Anna was finally defeated at the Battle of San Jacinto and Texas finally won its independence." is what I have so far.

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  5. https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/search.html

    You should bookmark this website and use it along with your text. There are linked articles, as well as a good search engine.

  6. How do you lose your notes from an ONLINE school?

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  7. Physical notes.

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  8. thanks yall

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  9. the only answer given here is totally wrong...use the study guide and quit cheating

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