Hard Road to Texas: Texas Annexation 1836 - 1845


At the time of the Texas Revolution, most Texans and Americans assumed that the Republic of Texas would be swiftly annexed to the United States. Instead, the process of annexation took nine long and brusing years. In hindsight, Texas annexation seems inevitable. But it all could have been so different.
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