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3.1 3.2 3.3 vocab

3.123 vocab

mission a settlement in native American territory
presidio a Spanish fort that protect a mission
catechism a set of questions and answer about catholic
epidemic the rapid spread of the disease in a short time
cede to formally give up ownership of something
transform to change in character or condition
establish to settle : to make towns or communities and homestead in a area .
friar member of the church clergy like a priest or a pope.
factor part of what creates a result
san Antonio named after missionary , Texas most important mission town
la Bahia one of the last mission presidios
Nacogdoches one of the 3 original Spanish settlement in Texas
abdicate forced to give up a position of power
Erasmo Seguin a representative of Coahuila and Texas
Coahuila and Texas the merge of Coahuila and Texas to maintain Spanish rule
Empresario the Spanish word for contractor
title the legal right to own a piece of land
pecan point a loop in the red river
Republic citizen elect a representative to make laws
occupied to take over or rule another country
monarchist a person who wanted to keep his social status
Augustine de Iturbide leader of the monarchist that wrote plan of Iguala
achieve complete a goal
anti monarchist a person that was committed to liberty and equality
plan of Iguala it was a compromise between peninsulas and criollos
treaty of Cordoba made Mexico its own country
Moses Austin an American business that hoped to make a living off by bring settler to Texas
sitio a Spanish unit of measurement
speculator people who buy large area s
Stephen f Austin the father of Texas
agriculture the work of preparing the soil , producing crops
collapse to break down
militia a group of armed citizens
grant a possession such as land
san Felipe de Austin the main town of Austin colony
conduct to direct
republic of Fredonia Haden Edward failed attempt to free Texas
census an official count of the population in a region
Tejano people with Mexican ancestry that lived in Texas
martin de Leon the only Mexican empressario that brought Mexican settlers to Texas
green Dewitt a Texas empressario that brought 400 families to Texas
minister a person sent to another country to represent there home country
civilians a member of a nation
self government a government in which the people take an active role in making laws
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