Type
Crossword
Description

To change a constitution or law Amend
First President of Texas Sam Houston
A building where the legislative body of a republic, state, or country needs Capitol
The first location for the Capital of Texas Houston
The second and final location of the Capital of Texas Austin
The amount of money a nation's government owes Public Land
Undeveloped land that lies beyond the border of settled territory Frontier
Lexington of Texas Battle of Goliad
Mexico's General during the Texas Revolution, AKA dictator Santa Anna
Father of Texas Stephen F. Austin
________ of Texas Republic
During the Texas Revolution, who was Texas fighting against? Mexico
Money spent Expenditure
The city where the final battle took place San Jacinto
The second President of Texas Mirabeau Lamar
Native American Tribe who controlled western Texas who carried out raids on settlements Comanche
Incorporating of a country or territory into another country or territory Annexation

Texans Remember the Alamo Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The Son of a bankrupt Misssouri mine owner. Stephen Austin
The Spanish land that borderd the United States Louisiana Territory, was called. Tejas
What was the name of the 4,000 people that ;ived in Texas in 1821 Tejanos
Who was the leader of the 183 volunteeers that defended the Alamo. William Travis
Who was the leader of 25 Tejanos in support of revolt Juan Seguin
This battle lasted 13 days Battle of the Alamo
What was the first adopted name of Texas Lone Star Republic
To join territory to an existing country annex
How many men were captured and executed by Mexicans threehundred
Who was the first president of Texas Sam Houston
How long did the battle of San Jacinto take 18 minutes
When the first American settlers came to Mexico how many were there? Thirtythousand
How many Texans where stationed at the Alamo One Hundred and three
What was the name of the first 299 families in Texas Old Three Hundred
How did the Mexican Government feel the Americans felt. Superior

Texas Revolution Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Mexican president, became a dictator Santa Anna
Mexican general, Brother-in-law of Santa Anna General Cos
Mexican, helped many Texans escape execution FrancitaAlavez
Executed the Texans at Goliad, Mexican general General Urrea
Surrendered at the battle of Coleto Creek. Was executed at Goliad with 344 of his men James fannin
Only Tejano to serve in the senate of the Republic of Texas Juan Seguin
Elected commander of army in Texas during the Texas Revolution Sam Houston
First president of Texas David G Burnet
Former Tennessee congressman, frontier fighter DavyCrocket
Survived the Alamo with her daughter Susannadickinson

Texas Revolution Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

san jacinto
annex
empresario
austin
lone star
crockett
tejas
travis
alamo battle
santa anna
juan sequin
sam houston
tejanos
mexico
texas

Texas Revolution and Republic Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the announcement of an order or law by the government Decree
the formal expression of an opinion, voted on by a group Resolutions
armed and trained soldiers that fight on foot Infantry
armed and trained soldiers that fight on horseback Cavalry
an army of citizen soldiers Militia
a temporary government Ad Interim
to formally accept or approve Ratify
Author of the Texas Declaration of Independence George Childress
President and General of the Mexican Army Santa Anna
Commander of the Texas Army Sam Houston
Colonel of the Texas Army stationed at Goliath James Fannin
October 2, 1835; First Battle of the Revolution; Come and Take It Cannon Battle of Gonzales
Political faction in Texas that supported fighting Mexico for their demands War Party
Political faction in Texas that supported diplomacy and negotiation to solve conflict with Mexico Peace Party
Tejano that supported the Texas cause, stationed at the Alamo, but left the Alamo to deliver Travis' letter to General Houston Juan Seguin
Final battle of the Revolution. Houston's surprise attack on Santa Anna's army led to a surrender after 18 minutes Battle of San Jacinto
An amount of money someone owes to a person, bank, company, etc Debt
Representatives, as to a convention Delegates
Group of advisors to a head of state, such as a president Cabinet
Each branch has its individual roles Separation of Powers
Defense force that tried to keep the peace along the frontier Texas Rangers

History of Texas Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

First battle that took place between the Mexicans and the Texians in the Texas Revolution The Alamo
Name of Texas when Spain owned the western part of North America New Spain
Man who was given permission by the Spanish government to start a colony in the Texas area Moses Austin
Moses Austin's son, who took over his colony when he died Stephen F Austin
Dictator who was the general when Mexico became and independent country Santa Anna
Area in the southwest that eventually became an independent country after Spain and Mexico owned it Texas
Decisive battle of the Texas Revolution where the Texians capture Santa Anna and become an independent country Battle of San Jacinto
Man who was the general for the Texians in the Texas Revolution and Texas's first president Sam Houston
Mexican-American who lives in Texas Tejano
Religion that the Mexicans made Texas settlers convert to Catholicism
Name of the country that used to be Texas after independence Lone Star Republic
Country who originally owned the Texas area first Spain
Country who took Texas from Spain and gained independence Mexico
War between Texas and Mexico that gained Texas independence Texas Revolution
Considered "King of the Wild Frontier" and was a soldier for Texas during the Texas Revolution Davy Crockett
Frontiersman who died in the Alamo that led volunteers and soldiers Jim Bowie
Lawyer who was responsible for several acts against Mexico during the Texas Revolution William Travis
Type of labor that Mexico banned in Texas Slavery
Battle that started the Texas Revolution Battle of Gonzales
River that the Battle of San Jacinto took place at San Jacinto River

Manifest Destiny Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

belief in the United States that its settlers were destined to expand across North America Manifest Destiny
gold was found by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in Coloma, California California Gold Rush
used the term "manifest destiny" in 1845 to promote the annexation of Texas and the Oregon Country to the United States John L Sullivan
William Becknell and five other men began their journey Westward from Franklin, Missouri to New Mexico santa fe trail
traveled on the Santa fe Trail from Missouri to New Mexico William Becknell
key to the nation’s health according to Thomas Jefferson Westward Expansion
purchased the territory of Louisiana from the French government Thomas Jefferson
Mexico lost nearly half of its territory, the present American Southwest from Texas to California; U.S. became a continental power. Mexican American War
negotiated Webster-Ashburton Treaty Daniel Webster
route over which settlers traveled to Oregon oregon trail
discovered in California in 1848 gold
Maine vs.Canada Aroostook War
president during Manifest Destinty James k polk
when people from two countries occupy and settle a territory joint occupation
to take control of annex
After the Texan victory at the Battle of San Jacinto, Santa Anna is captured and recognizes Texas as independent Lone Star Republic
as a result of the treaty, the U.S. annexed present-day New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and California Mexican Cession
to give land over to another country Cession

Republic of Texas Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

who was the temporary of Texas? davidburnet
money that is owed to others debt
a time a person serves in office after each election term
Elected as first president of Texas samhouston
elected first vice president of Texas then the second president mirabeaulamar
For Texas to raise money, they had to _______ Texas citizens. tax
A special force set up to protect the frontier texasrangers
The first capital of Texas columbia
The second capital of Texas Houston
The third and final capital of Texas Austin
Who was the father of education? mirabeaulamar

Texas history Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alamo
battle
battle of San Jacinto
Big Thicket
Blackland Prairie
cannon
constitution
cottonwood tree
Davy Crockett
Deaf Smith
Golida
Houston
independence
Jim Bowie
JUAN SEGUIN
long rifle
March sixth
Mexico
Republic of Texas
Rio Grande
Sam Houston
San Antonio
SANTA ANA
Spain
STEPHEN AUSTIN
Texas
Texas army

Texas Revolution Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Was a soldier who fought at the Alamo Davy Crockett
Happened on November 26, 1835 Grass Fight
He was a Mexican commander Ugartechea
Took place on October 28,1835 Battle of Concepcion
This statement was written on the flag on the canon at the Battle of Gonzales Come and Take It
The Bowie Knife was named after him James Bowie
He was a Mexican general Martin Perfecto de Cos
Commanded at the Battle of Concepcion James Fannin
Texas fought against this country Mexico
The revolution took place here Texas
This army won Army of the People
Happened at San Antonio de Bexar Siege of San Antonio
Took place on February 23- March 6,1836 Battle of the Alamo
Ended the Texas Revolution Battle of San Jacinto
A Texan commander William B. Travis
He was a Texan general Sam Houston
Mexican general and dictator Santa Anna
Leader of the Army of the People Stephen F. Austin
Took place on October 9,1835 Battle of Goliad
Battle that started the revolution Battle of Gonzales

Revolution and the Republic of Texas Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

The Treaty of Velasco
prisoners
Santa Anna
Goliad Memorial
wounded
retreat
scout
Sam Houston
Mexican forces
major events
soldiers
Fiesta
Battle of the Flowers
Remember the Alamo
Austin
Missions
Native Americans
San Jacinto
San Antonio
Texas