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One of the Southern States of the United States, is bounded on the north by Oklahoma and Indian Territories, east by Arkansas and Louisiana, south by the Gulf of Mexico and Mexico, and west by Mexico and New Mexico. It lies between lat. 25° 51′ and 36° 30′ N., and long. 93° 27′ and 106° 40′ W. Area, 265,780 square miles. Population, 1890, 2,235,523; 1900, 3,048,710. Capital, Austin.

Robert Cavalier de La Salle, sailing from France with four ships, July 24, 1684, fails to discover the mouth of the Mississippi and lands near the entrance to Matagorda Bay......Feb. 18, 1685

La Salle builds Fort St. Louis on the Lavaca......July, 1685

La Salle murdered by two followers near the Neches River......March 30, 1687

Captain De Leon, sent from Mexico against French settlers at Fort St. Louis, on the Lavaca River, finds it deserted......April 22, 1689

Spanish mission of San Francisco at Fort St. Louis established......1690

Don Domingo Teran de los Rios appointed governor of Coahuila and Texas......1691

San Antonio founded......1693

H. St. Denis sent out by Lamothe Cadillac, governor of Louisiana, to open commercial relation with Mexico, reaches the mission of St. John the Baptist, on the Rio Grande, where he is arrested by [530] the governor of Coahuila and imprisoned......August, 1714

Spanish mission established near the site of Nacogdoches......1715

Spanish mission established at La Bahia, now Goliad......1721

Bienville, under orders from the company of the Indies, sends a colony by sea to Matagorda Bay......Aug. 10, 1721

Settlement of San Antonio de Bexar increased by thirteen families from the Canary Islands sent by the Spanish government; they found “La Purissima Concepcion de Acuna” ......March 5, 1731

Don Manuel de Sandoval appointed governor of Texas......1734

Walls of the church of the Alamo erected at San Antonio de Bexar......May, 1744

Indians attack the mission of San Saba and massacre all......1758

France cedes Louisiana to Spain......Nov. 3, 1762

Louisiana receded to France by secret treaty......Oct. 1, 1800

Philip Nolan, an American, obtains a passport from the Baron de Carondelet, governor of Louisiana, to buy horses in Texas, July 17, 1797. In the belief that he was commissioned by General Wilkinson to reconnoitre and raise an insurrection, Mexicans under Lieut. M. Muzquiz overtake him on the banks of the Blanco; Nolan is killed and his followers captured......March 21, 1801

Texas included in cession of Louisiana by France to the United States ratified at Washington......Oct. 21, 1803

Spanish commander, General Herrera, enters into an agreement with General Wilkinson, establishing the territory between the Sabine and Arroyo Honda rivers as neutral ground......Oct. 22, 1806

Lieut.-Col. Zebulon Pike arrives at San Antonio on his return from Chihuahua, whither he was taken by Spanish authorities to answer for building a fort on Spanish soil on the Rio del Norte, which he mistook for the Red River......July, 1807

Expedition under Lieut. Augustus W. Magee, who conceived a plan of revolutionizing Texas, takes possession of Nacogdoches, July, 1812, which the Mexicans evacuate; reaches Goliad and takes possession, Nov. 1; Governor Salcedo and General Herrera commence an investment of the town, Nov. 7; engage in battles with the Americans, Nov. 20, 1812–Jan. 24, and Feb. 10, 1813; raise the siege......Feb. 16, 1813

Magee dying about Feb. 1, 1813, Colonel Kemper takes command, pursues the Mexicans to San Antonio, who surrender......March 6, 1813

Salcedo, Herrera, and ten officers are delivered to a company of Mexicans under Juan Delgado and massacred......March 7, 1813

Battle of the Medina; Americans at. San Antonio under Don Jose Alvarez Toledo fall into ambush formed by Spaniards under General Arredondo......Aug. 18, 1813

Galveston Island occupied for Mexico by Don Jose Manuel Herrera, minister of the Mexican patriots to the United States; a government is organized and Don Luis Aury chosen governor of Texas and Galveston Island......Sept. 12, 1816

Jean Lafitte with a band of buccaneers occupies Galveston Island during Aury's absence and calls his settlement Campeachy......April, 1817

Sabine River agreed upon as boundary between United States and Spanish possessions......Feb. 22, 1819

A company of volunteers under Dr. James Long, raised at Natchez to invade Texas, occupy Nacogdoches, establish a provisional government, and issue a declaration proclaiming Texas to be a free and independent republic......June, 1819

First printing-office in Texas established at Nacogdoches by Mr. Bigelow......1819

Lafitte is taken into the service of the Republican party of Mexico and appointed governor of Galveston......1819

Lafitte is compelled to evacuate Galveston Island by Lieutenant Kearney of the United States brig Enterprise......1821

Stephen F. Austin leaves Natchitoches, June 10, and founds the colony for which his father, Moses Austin, received a grant from Mexico, on the Brazos River......July, 1821

He founds San Felipe de Austin as colonial town......1823

By decree of the constituent Mexican congress, Coahuila and Texas are united in one State......May 7, 1824

Constitution of the United Mexican States proclaimed......Oct. 4, 1824 [531]

Don Jose Antonio Saucedo appointed chief of the department of Texas, to reside at Bexar......Feb. 1, 1825

Henry Clay, United States Secretary of State, instructs the United States minister to endeavor to procure from Mexico the retransfer of Texas......March 26, 1825

Hayden Edwards, having procured a grant for a colony, locates at Nacogdoches......October, 1825

Edwards's grant annulled and the American settlers, known as “Fredonians,” evacuate Nacogdoches and cross the Sabine, before Mexicans under Ahumada......Jan. 31, 1827

Constitution for the State of Coahuila and Texas framed by a State congress at Saltillo, proclaimed......March 11, 1827

Battle of Nacogdoches; Texans under Col. Hayden Edwards defeat the Mexicans under Colonel Piedras......Aug. 2, 1827

Treaty of limits concluded between the United States and United Mexican States......Jan. 12, 1828

Vice-President Bustamente, succeeding Guerrero, deposed, by decree prohibits further immigration from the United States......April 6, 1830

Colonization laws repealed as to natives of the United States......April 28, 1832

Fort of Velasco at the mouth of the Brazos taken by Texans under John Austin......June 26, 1832

Nacogdoches retaken by Texans......Aug. 2, 1832

First step towards independence, the framing of a State constitution, never recognized by the Mexican government and never put in operation, by a convention which met at San Felipe, April 1, and adjourned......April 13, 1833

Law passed forming Texas into one judicial circuit and three districts— Bexar, Brazos, and Nacogdoches......April 17, 1834

Legislature of Coahuila and Texas, in session at Monclova, disperses on approach of army under Gen. Martin P. de Cos, brother-in-law to General Santa Ana......April 21, 1835

Committee of safety organized at Bastrop on the Colorado......May 17, 1835

Lone-star flag made at Harrisburg and presented to the company of Capt. Andrew Robinson......1835

Garrison of Anahuac captured by Texans under Col. William B. Travis......June, 1835

Permanent council of one from each of the committees of safety, at San Felipe, chooses R. R. Royall president......October, 1835

First permanent newspaper in Texas, the Telegraph, established at San Felipe......October, 1835

Commandant at Bexar having furnished the corporation of Gonzales with a brass 6-pounder against the Indians in 1831, the Mexicans call it a loan, the Texans a gift; the Texans win its possession in a fight......Oct. 2, 1835

Capture of Goliad from Mexicans under Lieutenant-Colonel Sandoval, by patriot forces under Capt. George Collingsworth......Oct. 9, 1835

S. F. Austin appointed commander-inchief of the patriot forces......Oct. 10, 1835

Battle of Concepcion, about 1 1/2 miles from San Antonio; Texans under General Austin and Mexicans under General De Cos, the latter retreating......Oct. 28, 1835

Assembly known as the General Consultation of Texas meets at San Felipe de Austin, establishes a provisional government with Henry Smith as governor, and sends Branch T. Archer, S. F. Austin, and William H. Wharton to the United States to solicit aid in the struggle for independence......November, 1835

Declaration of independence of Texas, and a provisional constitution framed by a convention which meets at San Felipe, Oct. 17; constitution signed......Nov. 13, 1835

One thousand four hundred Mexicans under General De Cos surrender to the Texans who attack San Antonio de Bexar......Dec. 10, 1835

Colonists besiege the Mexican garrison of the Alamo at San Antonio, and, after a week's fighting, capture the fort......Dec. 16, 1835

Declaration of independence made and signed by ninety-one Texans at Goliad......Dec. 20, 1835

General Santa Ana, with 6,000 troops, leaves Monclova for Texas to drive out revolutionists and persons of foreign birth......Feb. 4, 1836

Town of Bexar taken by Mexicans, and the Texans retire to the Alamo......Feb. 21, 1836 [532]

Declaration of independence adopted by a convention at Washington on the Brazos River......March 2, 1836

Alamo invested eleven days by Santa Ana; the garrison, under Colonel Travis, Bowie, and David Crockett, are overpowered and massacred......March 6, 1836

Mexicans defeated in the first fight at the Mission del Refugio by Texans under Captain King......March 9, 1836

Second fight of the Mission del Refugio; Colonel Ward attacks and drives back the Mexicans......March 10, 1836

Constitution adopted for the Republic of Texas by a convention which met at Washington, March 1......March 17, 1836

Col. J. W. Fannin and 415 men, captured at Coleto by the Mexicans under General Urrea, are taken to Goliad, and 330 shot by Santa Ana......Sunday, March 27, 1836

Colonel Ward retreats from Refugio, March 11; he surrenders his forces at Victoria, March 24, and is massacred......March 28, 1836

San Felipe de Austin burned by the Texans......March 31, 1836

New Washington burned by the Mexicans......April 20, 1836

Battle of San Jacinto; 750 Texans under General Houston defeat 1,600 Mexicans under Santa Ana, and capture him......April 21, 1836

Mexicans retreat beyond the frontier of Texas......April 24, 1836

Congress meets at Washington, March; at Harrisburg, March; at Galveston, April 16; and at Velasco......May, 1836

Public and secret treaties with Santa Ana signed at Velasco......May 14, 1836

Gen. Sam Houston inaugurated as president of Texas at Columbia......Oct. 22, 1836

Congress of United States acknowledges independence of Texas......March, 1837

Congress meets at Houston......May, 1837

Convention to fix the boundary-line between the United States and Texas concluded at Washington, April 25, 1838, and ratifications exchanged Oct. 12, and proclaimed ......Oct. 13, 1838

Act of congress approved for carrying into effect the convention of Oct. 13, 1838......Jan. 11, 1839

By act of Texan congress, Dec. 10, 1836, the permanent flag of the republic bears three horizontal stripes of equal width, the upper one white, the middle one blue, with a five-pointed white star in the centre, and the lower one red......Jan. 25, 1839

Congress passes first educational act, appropriating certain lands for a general system of education......Jan. 26, 1839

Congress meets at Austin......November, 1839

France acknowledges the independence of Texas......1839

England, Holland, and Belgium acknowledge the independence of Texas......1840

Expedition under Gen. Hugh McLeod leaves Austin, June 18, 1841, for Santa Fe. When near San Miguel, his force is met by Mexican troops under Damacio Salazar, captured, and marched under guard to the city of Mexico......Oct. 17, 1841

Twelve hundred Mexicans under Gen. Adrian Woll capture San Antonio, Sept. 11, 1842, but are forced to retreat by Mexican troops......Sept. 18, 1842

Texan congress meets at Washington......November, 1842

Battle at Mier on the Alcantra; Texans, under Colonel Fisher, surrender to General Ampudia......Dec. 26, 1842

Joint resolution for the annexation of Texas to the United States passes the House of Representatives by 120 to 98, Feb. 25, 1845; the Senate by 27 to 25, and is approved......March 1, 1845

Joint resolution of Congress of United States is approved by Texan congress......June 23, 1845

Ordinance of Texan congress for annexation accepted by convention of people assembled at Austin......July 4, 1845

Convention at Austin frames a constitution which is ratified by the people, 4,174 to 312......Oct. 13, 1845

Texas admitted into the Union by act approved......Dec. 29, 1845

Charles A. Wickliffe sent on a secret mission to Texas in the interest of an nexation, by President Polk......1845

First State legislature convenes at Austin......Feb. 16, 1846

J. P. Henderson inaugurated first governor of the State......Feb. 19, 1846

Fort Brown at Brownsville established......March 28, 1846

Battle of Palo Alto, May 8, and of Resaca de la Palma......May 9, 1846

Act of congress sets apart one-tenth of [533] the general revenues of the State for educational purposes......May 13, 1846

Baylor University at Waco chartered 1845, and opened......1846

Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo concluded Feb. 2; ratification exchanged at Queretaro, May 30, and proclaimed......July 4, 1848

Austin city chosen as the seat of government for twenty years by vote of the people......1850

Texas formally accepts the boundary designated by the boundary bill for New Mexico, approved Sept. 9, 1850, by which Texas is to receive $10,000,000 from the United States......Nov. 25, 1852

First overland mail from San Diego, Cal., arrives at San Antonio......Sept. 6, 1857

Enthusiastic Union meeting held at Austin......Dec. 23, 1860

Brig.-Gen. David E. Twiggs surrenders to the State of Texas the United States ordnance depot at San Antonio and contents, valued at $1,200,500......Feb. 18, 1861

State People's convention meets at Austin, Jan. 21; passes an ordinance of secession by vote of 166 to 7, Feb. 1; ratified by popular vote, 34,794 to 11,235......Feb. 23, 1861

Fort Brown, at Brownsville, evacuated and occupied by Texan troops......March 5, 1861

Gov. Sam Houston, opposing secession and favoring separate State action, deposed; Lieutenant-Governor Clark inaugurated......March 20, 1861

Constitution of the Confederate States ratified by legislature, 68 to 2......March 23, 1861

Col. Earl Van Dorn captures 450 United States troops at Saluria......April 25, 1861

Governor Clark proclaims it treasonable to pay debts to citizens of States at war with the Confederate States......June 18, 1861

Galveston surrendered to Commodore Renshaw......Oct. 8, 1862

Gen. N. J. T. Dana occupies Brazos, Santiago, and Brownsville with 6,000 soldiers from New Orleans......November, 1862

Confederates under Gen. J. B. Magruder defeat Renshaw and capture Galveston......Jan. 1, 1863

Confederate privateer Alabama destroys the Hatteras in an engagement off Galveston......Jan. 11, 1863

Samuel Houston, born in Virginia, dies at Huntersville, aged seventy......July 25, 1863

Battle of Aransas Pass; General Ransom captures the Confederate works......Nov. 18, 1863

Battle of Fort Esperanza, Matagorda Bay; Gen. C. C. Washburn defeats the Confederates......Nov. 30, 1863

Last fight of the war; Federals under Colonel Barret defeated in western Texas by Confederates under General Slaughter......May 13, 1865

Gen. Kirby Smith surrenders last Confederate army......May 26, 1865

Gen. A. J. Hamilton, appointed provisional governor by President Johnson, arrives at Galveston......July 21, 1865

Constitution, framed by a convention which met at Austin, Feb. 10, and adjourned April 2, is ratified by the people, 34,794 to 11,235......June, 1866

Gov. J. W. Throckmorton enters upon his duties......Aug. 13, 1866

Gen. P. H. Sheridan appointed commander of the 5th Military District, comprising Louisiana and Texas......March 19, 1867

Governor Throckmorton removed, E. M. Pease appointed......July 30, 1867

General Sheridan relieved and General Hancock substituted as commander of the 5th Military District......Aug. 17, 1867

Gen. J. Reynolds appointed to command of 5th Military District......July 28, 1868

Constitution, framed by a convention called under the reconstruction acts by General Hancock, which sat at Austin, June 1, to December, 1868, is submitted to Congress, March 30, and ratified by people, 72,395 to 4,924......Nov. 30–Dec. 3, 1869

Legislature ratifies the Fourteenth and Fifteenth amendments to the Constitution of the United States......Feb. 18, 1870

Congress readmits Texas into the Union......March 30, 1870

Public school system inaugurated......September, 1871

A special election for State officers: Richard Coke, Democrat, elected governor by 85,549 votes to 42,663 for Governor Davis, Republican......Dec. 2, 1873

Supreme Court decides that the law [534] authorizing the election of Dec. 2, 1873, is unconstitutional......Jan. 5, 1874

New legislature organizes; not recognized by Governor Davis; old legislature meets in the basement of the capitol......Jan. 13, 1874

Old legislature adjourns......June 7, 1874

Constitution, framed by a convention which sat at Austin, Sept. 6 to Nov. 24, 1875, ratified by the people......Feb. 17, 1876

State Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas at College Station, chartered 1871, opened......1876

Armed band of Mexican outlaws enter Rio Grande City, break open the jail, release two notorious criminals, Esproneda and Garza, and escape with them to Mexico......Aug. 12, 1877

Mob of Mexicans and Texan citizens of Mexican birth attack State troops at San Elizario and six persons are killed......Dec. 13, 1877

State capitol destroyed by fire......Nov. 9, 1881

University of Texas at Austin, chartered 1881, opened......1883

Corner-stone of new capitol laid......March 2, 1885

New State capitol dedicated......May 16, 1888

State reformatory near Gatesville opened......Jan. 1, 1889

Convention of delegates from fifteen States and Territories assembles at Topeka, Kan., to devise means for securing a deep harbor on the coast of Texas......Oct. 1, 1889

Act passed designating Feb. 22 as Arbor Day......1889

John T. Dickinson appointed secretary of the National World's Columbian commission......June 27, 1890

Congress appropriates $500,000 to improve Galveston Harbor, and authorizes the Secretary of War to contract for the completion of the work; estimated to cost $6,200,000......September, 1890

United States Senator John H. Reagan resigns, to take effect June 10......April 24, 1891

Five constitutional amendments ratified at special election......Aug. 11, 1891

Experiments in rain-making by explosives......Aug. 18-26, 1891

Horace Chilton appointed, qualifies as United States Senator......Dec. 7, 1891

A small force of United States cavalry and infantry attack and break up the camp of Catarino Garza, Mexican revolutionist, at Retampal Springs......Dec. 22, 1891

Roger Q. Mills chosen United States Senator by the legislature, March 22, qualifies......March 30, 1892

A band of revolutionists under Garza cross the border, burn a Mexican barrack, and return to Texas......Dec. 12, 1892

Town of Cisco destroyed by a tornado; thirty killed......April 29, 1893

The Austin Dam completed......May 2, 1893

[Colorado River Dam, near Austin, destroyed by a flood, with loss of fifty lives and $3,000,000 in property.]

Land Commissioner W. L. McGaughey impeached, April 6; acquitted......May 5, 1893

Great reunion of Confederate veterans at Houston......May 22, 1895

Great floods; over 200 negroes drowned......July 4, 1899

Monument to the heroes of the Texas Revolution of 1836, presented by Henry Rosenberg, unveiled at Galveston......April 21, 1900

Monument erected by school-children of the State unveiled on the site where independence was proclaimed......April 21, 1900

Great tornado at Galveston, with loss of 1,000 lives and $30,000,000 in property......Sept. 8, 1900


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