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On this ground, Texas created a new nation, founded in liberty and self-determination. Dissatisfied with the Mexican government after Santa Anna declared himself dictator, the Texas army began fighting Mexican forces in 1835. When the Convention met here in March 1836, most Texans supported independence from Mexico and the formation of a new Republic."
Washington On The Brazos
Independence Hall in Washington On The Brazos

Aransas Pass, TX 1906
Aransas Pass, TX 1911
Aransas Pass, TX 1911
Aransas Pass, TX 1911
Breckenridge, TX
Burkburnett, TX 1919
Burkburnett, TX 1919
Burkburnett, TX 1919
Dalhart, TX 1908
Del Rio, TX 1918
Denison, TX 1930  Main Street
Galveston, TX 1907 Beach
Galveston, TX 1910 
Houston, TX 1924
Lampassas, TX 1936 Flood
Matagorda County, TX 1919
Matagorda County, TX 1919
Matagorda County, TX 1919
Ranger, TX 1920
Rio Hondo, TX 1916
Texas City, TX 1947 Searching in the ruins
Val Verde, TX 1958 Courthouse
Van Cleave, TX 1906
Waco, TX 1910
Waco, TX 1910
Waco, TX 1910
Waco, TX 1910 Baylor University
Wichita County, TX 1919



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