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chapter 3 vocab

3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5,3.6 vocab

mission a settlement in Native American territory designed to convert Native Americans to Christianity.
presidio a spanish fort that protects a mission
Catechasism a set of questions and answers about Catholic beliefs
epidemic a disease that spreads rapidly in a short time
cede to formally give up ownership or something
transform to change in character or condition
establish to settle
frair started missions
factor part of what creates a result
fillibuster a person who wages an unofficial war on a country
a horse trader general in us army as a double agent
natural ground agreement area of land that no Spanish or American
class social rank
peninsulars Spanish born, wealthy, upper class
crillos 2nd class, born new spain
Mestizos born to one spanish and one american indian
Miguel Hildago y costilla wrote the cry of dolores to end the power of social classes
Jose Bernando Gutterez Mexican rebel who invaded Texas
Battle of Medina Bloodiest battle fought in Texas
James Long Organised a group for a fillibustering strip
eventually some time later
pirate someone who steals from ship on the sea
republic a nation in which people elect represenitives to make alws
occupied To take over or rule another country
monarchist a person who wanted to keep their social status high
Augustine de Inturbide leader of Monarchists
achieve to do or accomplish
anti-monarchist a person commited to liberty and equalty
Plan of iguala a plan created by the Mexicans
Treaty of Cordoba a treaty that makes Mexico a official place
san antonio named after missionary Antonio
la bahai Now called Goliad Tx one of the last mission presidos
Nacogdoches One ofthe three original spanish settlementsin Texas
abdicate forced to give up a position of power
Erasmo Seguin a settler of San Antonio
coahuila and texas a merge of coahuila and Texas to maintain Spanish rule
empressario Spanish word for contractor
title a legal right to own a piece of property
pecan point the start of u.s. settlement in Texas
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