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Colonel Domingo De Ugartechea

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The First Shots of the Texas Revolution
A dispute over a small cannon had an enormous impact on history by sparking the opening of the Texas Revolution on October 2, 1835.
COME AND TAKE IT!
Consequently, the Mexican military commander of the area, Colonel Domingo de Ugartechea, dispatched a small detachment of soldiers to retrieve the gun, but the Anglo-American colonists in the settlement of Gonzales refused to part with the artillery piece.
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In 1835, Col. Domingo Ugartechea served as military commandant of Coahuila and Texas. He commanded the Centralist Army at Presidio San Antonio de Béxar.
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The settlers' growing rebelliousness was making Colonel Domingo de Ugartechea mighty uneasy, but they responded to his take-backsie in true (pre) Lone Star fashion with the phrase, “Come and take it.” Thus began the first military engagement of the ...
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Santa Anna sent Mexican forces under Colonel Domingo de Ugartechea to Gonzales to take back the small 6-pounder bronze cannon delivered to them years before for the defense of the town from Indians and to keep the territory from falling into the hands ...

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