HIS 2053-004 Texas History Chapter 4 Notes
HIS 2053-004 Texas History Chapter 4 Notes HIS 2053
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Gone to Texas Chapter 4 Notes Cattle trade was made illegal in Texas by Mexico because people were not paying taxes In the 1800 the mission system failed and people started owning their own land Denuncio – land grant system In the valley region the river helped with farming and cattle Louisiana purchase – 1803 and Andrew Jackson was president The Spanish were angry because the French sold Louisiana to the U.S Padre Hidalgo – in 1810 he called for independence o Grito de Dolares – was an address delivered by him calling for independence o He was beheaded Battle of Medina – bloodiest battle in Texas o Arredondo led 2000 royalist army Adams Onis Treaty (Transcontinental Treaty) -gave Florida to U.S from Spain and settled the boundary between Louisiana and Texas James Long o Conquered La Bahia o He was caught and sent to Mexico in chains o Later shot trying to escape Mexico had a lot of land but most people were not allowed to own land Filibustering – an invasion by an unauthorized military or irregular military force The beginning of 1815 people were migrating to Texas for economic reasons o Beginning of the Anglo phrase “GTT” – Gone to Texas Indians moved to Texas too o Alabamas, Coushattas, Cddos, Cherokees, Delawares, Shawnees and Kickapoos
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