Aislinn's gold vision of the exploration and colonization
This timeline I will teach you about the ancient history of the Exploration an the colonization.
why the Europeans came to Texas
First overall the Europeans had traveled to the Texas for the most important thing in Texas was the three G's
Prior to the appearance of the first Europeans Explorers, various of tribes had of the Indians of Texas engaged the region among the Rio Grande to the south and the Red River to the North
Alonso De Pineda a Spanish adventure ,the first European explorer was know for mapping out the Texas coastline
Cabeza de Vaca got in a shipwreck on an Island called Galveston. After he had traded in a region, Later he had explored the Texas interior on the way to Mexico
In the examination of the seven cities of Cibola ,Francisco Vasquez de Coronado lead an cruise into the presents of the Southwestern of the United states and across the northern Texas
Robert Cavelier, Sieur de LaSalle had rooted Fort St. Louis at Matagorda Bay, and the thus formed the basis of France's and claimed Texas. LaSalle was murdered by his own men.
Mexican explorer Alonso de Leon reached Fort St. Louis, and found it abandoned. He explored he had planned to reestablished the Spanish presence in Texas
Spain had authorized Catholic missions in Texas.throughout the assignment the two towns of San Antonio Goliad and Nacogdoches.
About 130-men strong, the Gutierrez-Magee traveled crossed the Sabine from Louisiana in a insurgent movement against Spanish rule of Texas
Jean Laffite occupied Galveston Island. he used it as a base for his smuggling and privateering operation
Stephan F Austin had received an grant from Mexican government .He began colonization in the region of the Brazos River .
The Constitution 1824 gave Mexico a republican form the government .It had failed ,However, to define the rights of the states within the republic including Texas.
The relationship between Texans and Mexico had reached a new low when Mexico had forbid further emigration into Texas by settlers from the United states
The Battle of Velasco resulted in the first casualties in Texas' relations with Mexico. After several days of attacking ,the Mexicans under Domingo de Ugartechea were force to surrender for the lack of ammunition.
The convention of 1832 and the convention of 1833 in Texas were triggering by growing dissatisfaction amoung the settlements with the policies of Mexico Government