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Texas Declaration of Independence (March 2, 1836) Texas independence Day is an official holiday in the State of Texas
MARCH 2ND: Happy Texas Independence Day, y'all! It was on March 2nd, 1836, that 59 men signed the Texas Declaration of Independence, officially breaking from Mexico and creating the Republic of Texas. Here's an 1836 copy of the official document
Texas Declaration of Independence, Lorenzo de Zavala State Archives and Library Building Austin, Texas. March 2, 1836, Texas Independence Day, is an official state holiday celebrating the adoption of the Texas Declaration of Independence which officially broke Texas from Mexico, creating the Republic of Texas. Texas is the only state that was ever a sovereign nation which is why the Texas flag is the only state flag which can fly at the same height as the U.S. Flag.
~ TEXAS Neon Sign from the Texas movie theatre formerly owned by Howard Hughes...now at the Texas Historical Museum ~`
Texas Declaration of Independence signed here in Washington-on-the-Brazos.
Texas is a state of mind. Texas is an obsession. Above all, Texas is a nation in every sense of the word.
Happy Texas Independence Day!
Honor the Texas flag, I pledge allegiance to thee, Texas, one state under God, one and indivisible.
On this spot, Texas's Declaration of Independence from Mexico was signed, March 2, 1836.
FACT Texas is the ONLY state that can fly it's flag the same height as the U.S. flag!
The Texas print from the Birds and Blooms collection. I think Elizabeth would like this.
Signatures on The Unanimous Texas Declaration of Independence made by the Delegates of the People of Texas in General Convention at the town of Washington on the 2nd day of March 1836.
Declaration House ~ Philadelphia. In 1776 Thomas Jefferson rented rooms at the Declaration House. This is where he wrote the Declaration of Independence.
Texas/Louisiana Border Marker..If I remember correctly there is a sign right after this that says 869 miles to El Paso.
Per another pinner...Texas = Home (I had a postcard of this print when I was studying in Canada - I've misplaced it along the way after moving so many times... it was a nice reminder of home)