The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 17, July 1913 - April, 1914 Page: 261
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Texas and the Boundary Issue, 1822-1829 261
provided that the commissioners should be appointed within one
year from the exchange of the ratifications of this second addi-
tional article. But the ratifications of this article were not ex-
changed till April 20, 1836,102 when Texas had wrested her inde-
pendence from Mexico by force of arms. The commissioners never
With the attempts of the Mexican government in September,
1829, and April, 1830, to stop immigration into Texas from the
United States the relations between Texas and Mexico and the
relations between Mexico and the United States respecting Texas
enter a new phase. This has been and is being treated sufficiently
fully by students of the Texas Revolution, the Texas national
period, and the annexation of Texas to the United States.
102Mexico, Trat. y Conv., I, 180.
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