What was the focus of the Constitution of 1824 a. effective economic principles
b. state led governments
c. strong, central federal government
d. unification of all states

which important legislation did Erasmo Seguin help write
a. treaty of Cordoba
b. the Constitution of 1824
c. the Bill of rights
d. Iguala

which of the following best describes the Spanish legacy in texas
a. Spain left a lasting impact on texas through food, names, language, and architecture
b. Spanish legacy was largely erased by other settlers
c. texas had incorporated Spanish influence into all parts of society
d. texas bases it's law on Spanish rather than American law

what was something specifically banned in the Constitution of Coahuila y Tejas
a. religion
b. slavery
c. free speech
d. owning land

what was the cause of the texas revolution
a. mexico wanted to expand their territory
b. texas wanted to adopt the ways of the Mexican government
c. Mexican citizens were opposed to settlers being in texas
d. Mexicans confronted texans pushing for independence


Answer 1


1. C. strong, central federal government.

2. B. the Constitution of 1824

3. A. spain left a lasting impact on Texas through food, names, language and architecture.  

4. B. slavery

5. B. Texas didn´t want to adopt the ways of the Mexican government.  


1. Was defined as a representative federal republic. It was the first constitution for Independent Mexico. Its stablished Mexico would be a federal republic and the end of Agustin de Iturbide monarchy. This constitution also established that government will be divided into three branches: legislative, executive and judicial. It is similar to other constitutions being draft after the colonization.  

2. Was a citizen and politician in modern San Antonio Texas, after Mexico achieved independence from Spain, he was named representative from Texas to the Constitutional convention, he helped to draft the Constitution of 1825. He later supported the Texas revolution.  

3. The Spanish continues to play a major role in Texas, through the names of many of the rivers, towns and counties in the state and Spanish architectural concepts still flourish.  

4. In 1827 the legislature of Coahuila and Tejas banned the admission of additional slaves into the state and granted freedom at birth to all children born to a slave. Also stated that any slave brought into Texas should be freed within six months.  

5. In 1821, Texas was part of Mexico, but many Americans settled in Texas, even thought Mexico tried to stop them. American settlers and Tejanos (Mexicans) wanted to break away from Mexico, they didn’t like the laws made by Santa Anna.

Answer 2
Answer: 1 is b
2 is b hope this helps you 
3 is a
4 is b
5 isb 

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