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When did austin become texas capital?

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1939... Before Texas integrated itself in to the union, and relinquished its domain over the chunks of Oklahoma Kansas Wyoming Colorado and about half of New Mexico that made up what was the Republic of Texas, five sites served as temporary capitals
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Originally in Goliad, then Bastrop, then Austin. Moved to keep Republic of Texas government away from Mexican invasion. Source(s) Austinite.
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