Foreign relations of the Republic of Texas
The Republic of Texas was a North American Nation from 1836 to 1845; in its short time it established diplomatical relations worldwide, mainly through the cotton trade.
Texas had a consulate in An...
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Federal Republic of Central America - Republic of Texas relations
The Republic of Texas was a North American Nation from 1836 to 1845; in its short time it established diplomatical relations worldwide, mainly through the cotton trade.
Texas had a consulate in An...
Federal Republic of Central America - Republic of Texas relations - Wikipedia
France - Republic of Texas relations
France – Republic of Texas relations refers to the historical foreign relations between the Republic of Texas and France. Relations began in September 1839 when France appointed Alponse Dubois de Sal...
France - Republic of Texas relations - Wikipedia
Mexico - Republic of Texas relations
Republic of Texas–Mexico relations refers to the historical foreign relations between the Republic of Texas and Mexico. Relations were unofficially initiated in 1836 at the signing of the Treaties of...
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Republic of Texas - United States relations
Republic of Texas–United States relations refers to the historical foreign relations between the now-defunct Republic of Texas and the United States of America. Relations started in 1836 after the Tex...
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Republic of Texas - Yucatán relations
Texas - Yucatán relations refers to the historical foreign relations between the Republic of Texas and Republic of Yucatán. Relations effectively began in 1841 when Yucatán seceded from Mexico. Relat...
Republic of Texas - Yucatán relations - Wikipedia
Treaties of Velasco
The Treaties of Velasco were two documents signed at Velasco, Texas (now Surfside Beach, Texas) on May 14, 1836, between Antonio López de Santa Anna of Mexico and the Republic of Texas, in the afterma...
Treaty of Bird's Fort
The Treaty of Bird’s Fort, or Bird’s Fort Treaty was a peace treaty between the Republic of Texas and some of the Indian tribes of Texas and Oklahoma, signed on September 29, 1843. The treaty was inte...
Treaty of Tehuacana Creek
The Treaty of Tehuacana Creek (or the Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Commerce) was signed at Tehuacana Creek on October 9, 1844 between representatives from the Republic of Texas and various Native A...
French Legation
The French Legation is a historic legation building in east Austin, Texas, built in 1841 to represent the French government in the new Republic of Texas.It is the oldest extant frame structure in Aust...
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David S. Kaufman
David Spangler Kaufman (December 18, 1813 – January 31, 1851) was a U.S. Representative from Texas.
Kaufman was born in Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania, the son of Mary (Spangler) and Abraham Landis...
Texas Legation
A Texas Legation (a type of embassy) was maintained by the Republic of Texas in Washington, D.C., London, and Paris from 1836 through 1845.In a bid to protect itself from almost certain invasion by fo...
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Branch T. Archer
Branch Tanner Archer (1790–1856) was a Texan who served as Commissioner to the United States and Speaker of the House of the Republic of Texas House of Representatives and Secretary of War of the Repu...
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Ashbel Smith
Ashbel Smith (August 13, 1805 - January 21, 1886) was a pioneer physician, diplomat and official of the Republic of Texas, Confederate officer and first President of the Board of Regents of the Univer...
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Henri Castro
Henri Castro (1786 – November 3, 1865), a Jewish Texan, was one of the most important empresarios of the Republic of Texas.
Castro, who was born in Bayonne, France, was a French diplomat of Portug...
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Barnard E. Bee, Sr.
Barnard Elliot Bee, Sr. (1787–1853) was an attorney and politician. A native of South Carolina, he moved to the Southwest in 1836, where he and his family were early settlers in the Republic of ...
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