The immediate cause for the Texan Americans’ declaration of independence on March 2, 1836 was that. the Texan quot;war partyquot; sabotaged the…

The immediate cause for the Texan Americans’ declaration of independence on March 2, 1836 was that… the Texan “war party” sabotaged the efforts of Stephen F. Austin and other “peace party” leaders who were then negotiating with the Mexican government for greater autonomy. the new president, General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana, cut short Stephen F. Austin’s negotiations with the Mexican government and appointed a military commandant for Texas. Mexican troops commanded by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana destroyed the American garrison defending the Alamo. Texans prisoners at Goliad were massacred by Mexican troops commanded by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana. ________________________________________

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