The Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters

“BLOW UP THE ALAMO”

he unrest between the Mexican military and the Texas Anglo colonists was nearing war in 1834, when President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Perez de Lebron rescinded the Mexican Constitution of 1824 that permitted Anglo colonies to settle in Texas under certain conditions. President Santa Anna’s staff had reported about 10 Anglos for every Mexican living in Texas. This report caused the president to give an executive order that no further immigration or emigration of Anglos in and out of Texas

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