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Unanimous Declaration of Independence, by the Delegates of the People of Texas, in General Convention, at the Town of Washington, on the Second Day of March, 1836.
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Identifier: BC_0265
Title: Unanimous Declaration of Independence, by the Delegates of the People of Texas, in General Convention, at the Town of Washington, on the Second Day of March, 1836.
Description: [Text beings:] When a government has ceased to protect the lives, liberty and property of the people...[At end:] We, therefore, the deligates [sic] ...of the people of Texas, in solemn convention assembled...do hereby resolve and DECLARE, that our political connection with the Mexican nation has forever ended, and that the people of Texas, do now constitute a FREE, SOVEREIGN, and INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC... [Signed:] Richard Ellis, President [and 49 member of the Convention]. [At end:] Printed by Baker and Bordens, San Felipe de Austin. [Broadside in four columns] [Mounted and framed in cut mat board] [handwriting on back] [Decorated with patterns as design elements.]
City: San Felipe de Austin
Country: Republic of Texas
Date: 1836-03-02
Creator: Texas (republic). Declaration of Independence.
Source: Broadside Collection
Publisher: Baker and Bordens
Box: BC LOB 1830-1839
Format: Broadside (notice)
Size: 40.5 X 33.2 cm
Other ID: Streeter 165; foth_0267
Subject: Texas--History--Republic, 1836-1846--Sources