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from where did the largest group of immigrants come from 1836 to 1847 United states
the __________ of 1836 required free African Americans to get permission from the Texas congress to continue living in Texas constitution
what act allowed free African Americans who were in Texas to stay Ashworth act
who was the mayor of San Antonio from 1840 to 1842 Juan seguin
who were the largest European group to immigrate to Texas Germans
tejano jose antonio ________ signed the Texas deceleration of independence navarro
in march 1845 prince carl of solms-braunfels established New Braunfels
brought one of the first groups of temperament french Henry Castro
Irish impresario James _______ had accompanied Stephan F Austin on his trip to Texas in 1821 Heweston
tejanos owned ranches in this valley Rio Grande valley
steam boat operated by Henry Austin (name of the boat) Ariel
circuit riders traveling preachers
academies schools that offered classes at a high shool level
rancher who drove cattle to New Orleans to sell them in the market Taylor White
area where many tejanos owned ranches Rio Grande valley
free African american that owned a ranch in Montgomery county Robert Thompson
the first steam boat to enter a Texas river Ariel
person who operated the first steamboat in Texas in the lower Rio grande in 1829 Henry Austin
early Texas poet in the republic Mirabeau B. lamer
organized religious groups with similar beliefs denominations
many slaves worked long hours in crop and cotton fields true
many tejanos lived in the Rio grande valley true
Juan seguin served as mayor of San Austin from 1840 to 1842 false
Tejano Jose Antonio Navarro served in in the republics congress true
Henri _______ brought one of the first groups of permanent French settlers to Texas Castro
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