Why did Stephen F. Austin write a letter to the Mexican authorities in San Antonio after spending sometime in Mexico City? a. Austin was frustrated with Santa Anna’s unwillingness to pass the resolutions. b. Austin was sick with cholera and was worried he would not make it back to Texas so he tried to recruit help. c. Santa Anna told Austin that the only way he would pass the resolutions was if he gained the support of people living in San Antonio. d. Austin was frustrated with Farías’s unwillingness to help pass the resolutions. Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
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he had good relationships with the mexican government but he tried to introduce slavery
no i dont think so
The answers to the following set of questions are as follows:
1. The above events take place during 1821.
2. The facts given describe Sam Houston.
3. The chairman of the committee and the primary author of the declaration of independence from Mexico was William B. Travis
4. Hernando Cortés led the Spanish Army.
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The answer is D. Austin was frustrated with Farías’s unwillingness to help pass the resolutions.
Because he wanted to make some changes in San Antonio but the Farias did not want to.
Stephen Fuller Austin was born at the lead mines in southwestern Virginia on November 3, 1793. Austin's father Moses was the leader in establishing lead mining and manufacturing in the United States. When Stephen was five, the family moved to Missouri where Moses Austin developed the lead industry there and amassed a sizable fortune. Stephen Austin was sent back east to be educated in Connecticut and at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky. At age 17, Austin returned to Missouri and began work at his father's side, operating a general store for the mine. By age 23 he was managing the lead mine while his father moved on to other speculative ventures. Even as a young man Austin was recognized for his maturity and leadership abilities. He was adjutant of a local militia battalion and was a member of the Missouri territorial legislature.
In 1819, an economic depression and bank failure wiped out the family's fortunes. Stephen Austin looked around for a new business opportunity, eventually deciding to go to New Orleans and study law. In the meantime, his father had developed a new venture, a plan to settle American colonists in Spanish Texas. Moses had gone to San Antonio and in late 1820 won approval from the Spanish governor of Texas to bring his colonists. On his way out of Texas, Moses contracted pneumonia and died. His last wish was that his son Stephen should carry on the Texas venture.