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Texas History

Jose de Escandon He was a colonizer and is referred to as the father of the Rio Grande Valley.
Stephen A. Austin Set of Anglo- American colony. - brought settlers to Texas, He also known as the father of Texas
Martin de Leon brought and settle more than 100 families from Mexico
La Salle Voyage to the new world changed North America history The Spanish began exploring , setting and building missions in Texas.
Cabeza de Vaca A Spanish sea captain was one of the first European to land in Texas, who also survived several years of captivity by the Karankawa Indians.
Jumano Writing System, Lived in Mexico, Temples, City - States, Farmers
Created by: lindaleday