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12. As Texas was defending its claim to be a new and independent republic in 1836, a final crucial victory was won at A. Goliad. B. Las Cruces. C. San Antonio. D. San Jacinto
As Texas was defending its claim to be a new and independent republic in 1836, a final crucial victory was won at D. San Jacinto.
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