Causes and Effects of the Treaty of Treaty

Treaty of Velasco: Meaning, History, Causes & Effects

Treaty of Velasco: Meaning, History, Causes & Effects

The Treaty of Velasco was an agreement signed on May 14, 1836, which established the withdrawal of Mexican troops from the State of Texas, which had proclaimed its independence on March 2 of that same year.

It was signed in the Port of Velasco, Texas, after the battle of San Jacinta, in which the Mexican president, Antonio López de Santa Anna, was taken prisoner by the Texan rebels.


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