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Texas History

Absolute Chronology In order from the earliest events to the latest
Coast The edge of a state or country next to water
Conflicting Territorial Claims a disagreement over the control of land
Defining Characteristics A characteristic that defines what something is
Eras A long period of time
Exploration Exploration- Traveling in or through an unfamiliar area
Gold A valuable ore
Historians People who learn and tell others about history
Major Eras Periods of time that are important to history
Mapping Making a map of a certain area
Relative Chronology Chronology that compares events to other events
Settlement A part of land that belongs to someone
1519 The year Pineda made a map of the coast.
Era: Age of Contact Age of Contact- The era when Spanish and French discovery of Texas took place
France and Spain Spanish De Pineda De Vaca The countries who explored Texas
Created by: Jaxon_Moss