By HistoryNet Staff 4/19/2019 •
From 1836 to 1846 residents of the Republic of Texas were generally called this.
Texian. Texas was an independent republic from 1836 to 1846. Mirabeau Lamar, second President of the Republic, preferred the use of the word Texian over Texan for residents of the state.
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