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Unit 2 Chapter 4 Lesson 2

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conquistador a Spanish conqueror
Why did the Spanish build missions in Texas? The Spaniards built missions to strengthen their claim on the land and teach Native Americans about the religion and their culture.
colony a settlement of people who have left one country to live in another
mission a religious settlement
presidio a fort that protected a mission
villa a small town
When and where did the Spanish build their first mission in Texas? The first mission was built in El Paso, Texas, in 1682, called mission Ysleta.
Name three ways in which Spanish traditions are a part of life in Texas today. Spanish traditions are part of Texas today because we use their personal names, names of places, and the style of buildings.
How do you think the Native Americans reacted, or responded, to the Spaniards at the mission? I think that the Native American Indians probably enjoyed learning about Spanish customs and religion but other resented, or feel bitter about that the Spaniards settle on their land
Why did the Spanish build missions in Texas? The Spanish build mission in Texas to give them a strong claim to the land
Who was in charge of a mission? A padre was in charge of a mission.
Where did the Spaniards usually build their missions? The Spaniards usually build their missions near places already settled by Native Americans
Why did the Spaniards build Presidios? The Spaniards build Presidios to protect and defend missions.
Why did villas grow up between Presidios and missions? Villas grow up between presidios and missions to provide goods and services.
At mission workshops, Spanish settlers and Native Americans made goods such as... At mission workshops, Spanish settlers and Native Americans made goods such as pottery, baskets, and tools.
Which of the following cities in Texas bears a Spanish name? The city Laredo, Texas, bears a Spanish name?
What kind of food is a blend of Texas Indian and Spanish ways of cooking? Tex-Mex is a blend of Texas Indian and Spanish ways of cooking.
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