I actually found a picture of Sam Houston with a mustache too. The actor who played Santa Anna was kinda old for the part, so maybe its old mustached Santa Anna from the future with Edward’s time machine or…something. Actually, Spain wanted Texas settled. Stephen F Austin’s father received a land grant of 67,000 acres for every 200 families he brought to Texas. His father died and Texans fought in the revolution against Spain. I’ll Be In The Basement Drum Set Drummer T-Shirt Mexico became independent, and settlers continued to move into Texas legally. I’m not a historian, so I can’t agree or disagree. My only point was, Spain, and then Mexico allowed Americans into Texas.
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As I understand it, there was somewhat regulated legal immigration through the empresarios (Austin), mainly in the 1820s, and then there was a simultaneous unrelated flood of people increasing as the 1830s went on. While that may be true, what I’m saying is that the majority of Anglos in Texas by 1836 had come illegally. Inviting a few thousand people to settle and become Mexican citizens in an orderly process is not the I’ll Be In The Basement Drum Set Drummer T-Shirt same as authorizing a mass migration of Americans; these recent arrivals tended to be the war hawks of the Texas government and those most in favor of a break with Mexico.
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Anglo immigration had been officially stopped by the law of April 6, 1830. Quite a few Americans immigrated anyway until the law was repealed in 1833. I don’t have a lot of data on the Alamo specifically, but of the men who served after the end of the Siege of Bexar and before Houston’s San Jacinto Campaign, i.e. the occupants of the Alamo and Presidio la Baha,I’ll Be In The Basement Drum Set Drummer T-Shirt something like 80% had arrived since the beginning of the revolution in 1835, and would thus have been considered by the Mexican Government to be foreign soldiers. This, and the Dec 30, 1835 law considering foreign rebels in Mexico to be pirates, was the claimed legal basis of the Goliad Massacre.