Janais Millan exploration and early colonization of texas :)

this is a time about history and facts about the exploration and early colonization of Texas 

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1519

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Pienda Maps Texas - Alvarez de pienda explores gulf coast of Texas Alonso Alvarez de pienda was a Spanish explorer and cartographer. was first documented in Texas history. He lead several expedition to map the western coast line of the gulf of Mexico from the Yucatan peninsula to the punch river just north of Veracruz

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1537

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cabeza de vaca reports to Texas- Alvar Nunez cabeza de vaca an early explorer and first historian of Texas was born in Jerez de la frontera an Andalusian province in south or Spain near Cadiz

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1682

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spaniards establish the first Texas mission at corps christi de la ysleta- although Alvarez de pienda had claimed that area that is now Texas for Spain the area was essentially ignored for over 160 years. its initial settlement by europeans occurred by accident in April 1682 French nobleman Rene Robert cavalier, sierra de Lasalle had claimed the entire Mississippi Vally for frame

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1685

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Lasalle established fort st. louis - the french colonization of Texas began with fort saint Louis in present day south eastern Texas. it was established in 1685 near arenosa creek and matagorda bay by explorer Robert curlier de Lasalle from that base Lasalle led several expedition to find the Mississippi river


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1718

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founding of san antonio- the villa de bear was founded by Spanish explorers on may 5th 1718 by then over Martin flacon at the head water of the San Pedro creek. this mission San Antonio de Valero was establish on the east bank of the creek and a preside was 3/4 of a league downstream


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1731

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east Texas missions are moved to San Antonio - three east Texas missions are moved to san Antonio because of economic troubles their new names are nest seƱora de la purism conception de lacuna san franciso de la espada and San Juan Capistrano

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1782

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mission san Jose is completed in San Antonio. it was the largest Texas mission and was often referred to as the "queen of the missions"

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1810

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father hidalgo speech encourages Mexicans Texans and other to fight for independence begins the Mexican war of independence 

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camino real

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the camino reale was entered is Texas in the late 17th century. its name has been changed plenty of times

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Canary Islands

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are a Spanish acrchepealogy  off the coast

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mission and periods

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this was the 1st permanent settle of europeans in Texas

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Roman Catholic religion

catholic people have beliefs in pope who's is based in Rome he's the successor of saint Peter



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