Texian


Texian is an archaic demonym which defined a resident of Mexican Texas and the Republic of Texas and the same region after annexation by the United States of America in 1845. In addition to Texian, several other names were used during the period, including Texasian, Texican, and Texonian.

Citizens of the current state of Texas are generally referred to as Texans.

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Siege Of Béxar - Aftermath
... The Siege of Bexar was the longest Texian campaign of the Texas Revolution, and according to Barr, it was "the only major Texian success other than San Jacinto" ... According to Barr, of the 780 Texians who had participated in some way in the battle, between 30 and 35 were wounded, with 5 or 6 killed ... Historian Stephen Hardin places the Texian casualties slightly lower, with 4 killed and 14 wounded ...
Texican - History - Colonial Settlement
... Thus, the word Texian is not specific to white immigrants or English-speaking immigrants that settled the land ... And so, before Texas became a sovereign nation, Texian may refer to any one of its citizens of any color and language ... In 1834-36 the Texian Army was organized for the Texas Revolution of independence from Mexico, a nation which had won its independence from Spain just a dozen years earlier ...
Runaway Scrape
... flight and subsequent hostilities that occurred, as Texian, Tejano, and American settlers and militia encountered the pursuing Mexican army in early 1836 ... A large scale exodus occurred after a string of Texian battle losses in the rebellion against the Centralist Mexican government ... The primary catalysts of the mass exodus were the knowledge of the defeat of the Texian forces at the Alamo with the declaration of Deguello to all Separatists of ...
Texian - Current Usage
... lived in Texas during the Revolution and Republic years, Texian, is proudly used (in lieu of Texan), as indicative of that heritage ... Among Texas Revolution battle reenactors, Texian is used almost exclusively ... Soccer Club supporters have been dubbed the "Texian Army." ...
Texican - Current Usage
... families lived in Texas during the Revolution and Republic years, Texian, is proudly used (in lieu of Texan), as indicative of that heritage ... Among Texas Revolution battle reenactors, Texian is used almost exclusively ... The Houston Dynamo Soccer Club supporters have been dubbed the "Texian Army." ...