Texas wanted freedom and a bill of rights
From the township of the same name in which it is located. The original railroad stop was called "Frankfort Station." Kentucky.
Several important events happened during that time. First of all, the Carolina's were not split into North and South until 1712; they were made official, royal colonies in 1729. Slaves were dominant in South Carolina and were actually in control of half of their time. They could earn money and even become free and own a few slaves themselves. But the English were fearful that they would have too much control, so they devised a dress code and a 9:00 pm curfew for slaves. The Steno Rebellion happened in 1739 when slaves rebelled against the whites and escaped to Florida, a typical escape for slaves at the time. The slaves went through burning down plantations and gathering even more slaves as they went. However, they were defeated by militia at a river near their destination
Texas played a vital role in supplying cattle, a vital food supply, to Spanish forces along the Gulf Coast. Soldiers from San Antonio were sent to escort the cattle drives and even helped in battle.
AnswerTo be free from the loyalists and have their own relgion
The first English to come to North America were looking, like Columbus, for a route to China (via the North-West Passage).