Battle of Gonzales Memorial and Museum -- This is where Texas independence began! "Come and take it!"

Battle of Gonzales Memorial and Museum -- This is where Texas independence began! "Come and take it!"

Battle of Gonzales Cartoon Strip! Students research the events surrounding the Battle of Gonzales. Then they create a cartoon strip.

Battle of Gonzales Cartoon Strip! Students research the events surrounding the Battle of Gonzales. Then they create a cartoon strip.

The Texas flag forms the background for this popular and patriotic Texas slogan at the Battle of Gonzales.

The Texas flag forms the background for this popular and patriotic Texas slogan at the Battle of Gonzales.

3 posters on 3 battles of the Texas Revolution: Battle of Gonzales, Battle of the Alamo and Battle of San Jacinto. The can be printed on a poster maker or printed for notes in a student activity or Gallery walk.

3 posters on 3 battles of the Texas Revolution: Battle of Gonzales, Battle of the Alamo and Battle of San Jacinto. The can be printed on a poster maker or printed for notes in a student activity or Gallery walk.

The Battle of Gonzales poster The first Battle of the Texas Revolution was in Gonzales Texas in Oct 1835

The Battle of Gonzales poster The first Battle of the Texas Revolution was in Gonzales Texas in Oct 1835

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battle of Gonzales slogan

battle of Gonzales slogan

George W. Davis - immortalized as one of the original 18 freedom fighters that stood off a force of 120 soldiers in the Mexican army, in the incident that became known as the "Come-And-Take-It" canon incident in Gonzales,Texas. Of these 18 men, five later died in the Alamo. Others, including Davis participated in one or more subsequent confrontations with the Mexican centralist army. Davis had several relatives who were in the relief force that died in the Alamo.

George W. Davis - immortalized as one of the original 18 freedom fighters that stood off a force of 120 soldiers in the Mexican army, in the incident that became known as the "Come-And-Take-It" canon incident in Gonzales,Texas. Of these 18 men, five later died in the Alamo. Others, including Davis participated in one or more subsequent confrontations with the Mexican centralist army. Davis had several relatives who were in the relief force that died in the Alamo.

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