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Battle of Velasco - Wikipedia

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The Battle of Velasco, fought The government e 25–26, 1832, was the first true military conflict between Mexico and settlers in Texas. It began when Texan ...

VELASCO, BATTLE OF | The Handbook of Texas Online| Texas ...

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Jun 15, 2010 ... VELASCO, BATTLE OF. The battle of Velasco, a prelude to the Texas Revolution and probably the first case of bloodshed in the relations ...

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Texas History Headlines - 1832 - The Battle of Velasco

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Battle of Velasco SAN FELIPE Click Here to follow "Texas Revolution" back in Time (1832) Click Here to follow "Texas Revolution" forward in Time On this date  ...

'Come and Take It', and the Battle of Velasco. - Texas Escapes

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Mar 18, 2006 ... Every October, the citizens of Gonzales celebrate "Come and Take It" - to honor those men who, in 1835, fired the first shot for Texas ...

The Munsons of Texas: Maps — Battle of Velasco

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The Battle of Velasco, 26 June 1832. Illustration from Thmder on the Brazos by Mary Delaney Boddie. Henry William Munson was in the marines under William ...

Fort Velasco | Texas independence started here.

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About the Battle of Velasco ... The Old Velasco/Surfside Beach Historical Committee is a non-profit group in Brazoria ... Fort Velasco: Thunder on the Brazos

Fort Velasco and Fort Quintana, Texas site photos - Civil War Album

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Fort Velasco and Fort Quintana, Texas site photos. ... 1. Handbook of Texas Online - VELASCO, TX 2. Battle of ... 'Come and Take It', and the Battle of Velasco . 4.

Texans win their Independence - Life On The Brazos River

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How did the Texans Win Independance? 26 June 1832--The Battle of Velasco resulted in the first casualties in Texas' relations with Mexico. After several days of ...

download chart - Star of the Republic Museum

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July 26, 1832. Mexicans prevented the passage of a vessel carrying a cannon. Battle of Velasco. Ugartechea was defeated and returned to Mexico. Henry Smith .

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Battle of Velasco--26 June 1832 - Lone Star Junction

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Battle of Velasco (26 June 1832). In an armed prelude to the Texas Revolution, the Battle of Velasco marked the first bloodshed in the then deteriorating ...

Battle of Fort Velasco - The Texian Legacy Association

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An Explanation of the Battle of Fort Velasco. It has come to my attention that many of our friends do not know what the Battle of Velasco was about; several, much ...

Confrontation at Anahuac, Velasco & Nacogdoches

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Confrontation at Velasco, June 1832, from John Henry Brown, History of ... and the military power of Mexico, in the bloody Battle of Velasco, June 26, 1832.