HIS 2053-004 Chapter 3 Notes
HIS 2053-004 Chapter 3 Notes HIS 2053
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HIS -2053-004 CHAPTER 3 NOTES Presidios were built inline to make traveling easier When LaSalle came back in The Balle looking for the mouth of Mississippi, he missed and landed in Texas The first 2 missions were built in Texas o San Antonio de Valero (The Alamo) o San Jose Other missions were Concepcion de Acuna, La Bahia(Goliad) and San Antonio de Bexar Neophytes – newbies San Antonio had a huge population and government moved there too San Antonio was known as San Antonio de Bexar To populate San Antonio people from the Canary Islands Early Texans ate Cattle, Beans, Masa The Comanches came from the Rocky Mountains following buffalo heards The mission system failed because Indians were not interested and Spain did not put a lot of money into it La Bahia (Matagorda Bay) was a presidio built for the Karankawas Mission San Jose became the most successful The French traded weapons for fur, horses and slave with Indians San Jose and La Bahia established ranching Apaches began to raid the San Antonio settlers, they mostly raided horses Comanches were the most fearsome warriors
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