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By Tmr6366
  • Jan 1, 1400

    Age of Explorations Begin

    Age of Explorations Begin
    What reasons did Europeans explore? Gold, God, Glory.
    What was Columbus looking for when he found America? A way to India.
    Which countries were most explorers from? France, Spain, European countries.
    What is a conquistador? A "conquer".
    Which explorer tore down Tenochtitlan and founded New Spain? Cortez tore down Tenochtitlan and founded New Spain.
  • Jan 1, 1517

    Pineda maps Texas Coast

    Pineda maps Texas Coast
    Pineda mapped over 800 miles of land, he and his crew sadly did not find a gate way through the land. He and most of his crew died on night fighting Indians, the survivors went back to the king and gave the map to him for further examination.
  • Jan 1, 1540

    Coronado sets of for Cibola

    Coronado sets of for Cibola
    What is Cibola? Cities of gold
    Why did Coronado think Cibola was in Texas? Because that's all that Spaniards had explored.
    Did they find Cibola? No, sadly it's one big myth.
    What is one important landmark that the expedition did discover? The Grand Canyon.
  • Cabeza De Vaca Shipwrecks

    Cabeza De Vaca Shipwrecks
    Which Native tribe captures Cabeza de Vaca? Karakawa Indians
    What killed many Natives and explorers during the Age of Contact? Diseases
    When Cabeza de Vaca arrived in Mexico, what did people think about his stories? Excited, mysterious, etc;
  • La Salle Lands in Texas

    La Salle Lands in Texas
    Which country began challenging Spain for Texas? France
    Which river delta did La Salle discover? Mississippi River Delta
  • Fort St. Louses Founded

    Fort St. Louses Founded
    Where is Ft. St. Louis? Matagora Bay, Texas.
    Who founded Ft. St. Louis? La Salle
    Name 2 reasons why Ft. St. Louis failed. 1. Explorers were already sick and made other explorers sick. 2. Indians and La Salle's Expedition got Into war.
    How was La Salle killed? La Salle's me staged a Munity.
  • Mission San Fransico founded

    Mission San Fransico founded
    What was purpose of a mission? The purpose was to convert natives to christianity and make them forget about past life.
    Who led missions? A Franciscan priest was a each mission and was in most control of the buildings.
    What country was responsible for building missions? Mexico.
    What religion was missions ment for preaching? Cathloic Doctorin.
    were most missions succesful? No.
    Why? Contention, diseases, and not many natives trusred spanish.
    What buildings protected missions? presidios
  • Marques de Rubi Inspects Texas

    Marques de Rubi Inspects Texas
    What was de Rubi's mission?
    Who sent de Rubi on his mission? King Carlos
    Name 2 recommendations that de Rubi made: Better defences around borders of area, and on 2 cities are maintained. He also wanted to abandon all missions and empressarios.
  • Lousiana Purchase

    Lousiana Purchase
    The Us - Mexican relation didn't get better.
    British and Spain were the only holders of any land in North America unless you count Indian territory.
  • Phillip Nolan Expidition

    Phillip Nolan Expidition
    A person who dosent want Texas in the hands of Spain. Jean Laffite and Ellis Bean. Jean Lafitte was a piirate.
  • Moses Austin Asks for Permission for Colony

    Moses Austin Asks for Permission for Colony
    To get people living in Texas. He dies.
  • Stephen F. Austin

    Stephen F. Austin
    An empressario is a leader of a town or city.
    He wanted his colony near Bronzos and Colorado Rivers.
    He had to go through all f the people to make sure they wen't bad or mysterious. He also had to make sure he had atleast 500 people.
    The hold 300 were nice, friendly, and hard working people.
    They had trouble getting to the place, it was a brand new colony with almost no other cities there.
    Travis and Crocket were both empressarios.
  • Mexico Gains Independence

    Mexico Gains Independence
    They gained independece from Spain.
    This was called the Constitution of 1824.
  • Frendonian Rebellion

    Frendonian Rebellion
    The goal was to gain independence from Mexico by creating a small little town near indians.
    The Edwards brothers werre upsent that a guy claimed that they have stolen his land.
    The chereokke tribe executed them.
  • Mier Y Teran Report

    Mier Y Teran Report
    He was supposed to visit cities to inpsect them all. The government wanted to make sure that all of the Texans were doing everything alright. He suggests that we add better military, more trade with Mexico, and more Mexican settlers.
  • Law of April 6, 1830 Happens

    Law of April 6, 1830 Happens
    Immigration is illegal unless granted by Mexican government. All contracts must be filled, if not everyone under the contract will be escorted out of Texas. Mexican immigration is highly wanted, all Mexicans will have more rights than the US immigrants. All of the people who live in Texas can keep their slaves they just can't buy more. The government is allowed to put a fort in or close to a city. The government put taxes on all shipments, and also encouraged Mexican imports.
  • Convention of 1833

    Convention of 1833
    The convention was justImportant people discussing the affairs in Texas and some other minor things. SFA was chosen by the convention to go and present the petition to the government.
  • Austin Arrested

    Austin Arrested
    SFA's petition had started an uproar in Mexico especialy in the capitol, the government saw him as a traitor and arrested him soon after he left. While SFA was in prison he quickly changed his mind about the Mexican government, he was very unpleased with them.
  • Battle of Gonzalez

    Battle of Gonzalez
    When a small cannon that was given to the colonists by Mexico and would not give it back, Mexico went to retrieve It. Volunteers fought in the battle, when they captured the commander he said that he didn't want to fight it was not one of his orders. The next day the Texans fought again and the Mexican army surrendered.
  • San Antonio De Bexar Siege

    San Antonio De Bexar Siege
    A siege is where a group of people surround a city and don't let anything in or out.
    Mexico controlled San Antonio before siege Texas controlled it after.
  • Convention of 1836

    Convention of 1836
    Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the Republic of Texas.
  • The Alamo Falls

    The Alamo Falls
    David Cricket, James Bowie, and William Travis.
    There was around 200 Texan solders and thousands of Mexican soldiers.
    Sam Houston didn't send reinforcements because he knew that all of Santa Anna's army would be there.
    The bad side (Mexican Army).
  • Goliad Massacre

    Goliad Massacre
    Battle of Coleto.
    Sam Houston ordered Fannin.
    Over 300 Texans died that day.
  • The Runaway Scrape

    The Runaway Scrape
    Everyone was moving East.
    To get all family's and children out of Texas (excluding men).
    Santa Anna threatened everyone.
    At first people thought he was a coward, then he turned out to be a great hero.
  • Battle of San Jacinto

    Battle of San Jacinto
    Remember the Alamo, and remember Gonzalez.
    1 to 680 died.
    He pretend to be a regular soldier.
    The Texans won!