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Who was the commander-in- chief of the Texas rebels in the Texas Revolution?

Sam houston


What role did Sam Houston play in Texas revolution?

He was the Commander in Chief of the Texas Army.


What did sam Houston do in the Revolutionary War?

During the Texas Revolution (aka Texas War for Independence, 1835-36), he was the Commander in Chief of the newly formed Republic of Texas' Army. As Houston was born in 1793, he did not participate in the American Revolution.


Who was the commander-in-chief for the colonials during the American Revolution?

George Washington was the commander-in-chief. At that time they didn't have a president, the person who, today, has the title of commander-in-chief.


Who Commander in Chief of the Texas forces was?

Sam Houston


Was there a president in the American Revolution?

George Washington served as commander in chief in the American revolution.


Commandar and chief in Texas?

Texas doesn't have a commander and chief. That position is only given to the president. States have governors.


What was washingtons position during the revlution?

He was Commander in Chief in the Revolution.


Is the governor the commander in chief of Texas military forces?

Yes


How was Houston an important player in the Texas War of Independence?

He was the Commander in Chief of the Texas Army.


Commander and chief of the colonials during the revolution?

George Washington. John Hancock was the President while George Washington was commander-in-chief. Not sure why they were separated at the time. +


How was sam Houston an important person in the Texas War of Independence?

He was the Commander in Chief of the Texas Army.