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ch 3 vocabe

3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 vocabe

mission Native American tierritory designed to convert Netive American to christiay.
presidio A spanish fort that portect a mission.
catechism A set of qestions and anwser about cathlic beliefe.
epidemic The rapid spead of a disease in a short time.
cede To formally give up ownership of something.
transfrom American Indins into christians and loyal spnish subjects.
establish six spanish mission and a presidio.
friar started these missions.
factor Part of what creats a reslt piece or contribution
filibustur A person who wages an unofficil war on a country
Benefit something that is good for a person
philip noian am hoses trade how came to Texas
james wilkinson He was the general of U.S.
Natural ground argeement argeement between spanish and united staes that soliders will control
class social rank
peninsulares wealthy, spanish bron,up class people
criollos Bron in new spain to spanish parents
mestizos Born to one spanish parent and one native american parent
Miguel Hidalgo y costilla New spain was a priest from dolores
Jose Bernardo Guterrez de Lara He mexican how invade Texas
battle of medina bloodest battle fought on Texas soil
james long he was anger man and docter
eventually some time later in the end
pirate a person who stenls from ships on the sea
republic a nations in whichs voters elect represntatives to make laws
Occupied to take over or rule another country
monarchist in the ealy 1800s in new spin a person who wanted to keep there high socil
augustine de ltbide the leader of the moarchsts that worte plan of iguale
achieve to do or accomplish
anti-monarchist a person who was committed to liberty and equality
plan of lguala the plan lated seltte mine would become indepentant
treaty of cordoba made it offical
San Antonio named after missionary antonio
la bahia now called Goliad tx one of the last mission
Nacogdoches one of the 3 original spanish settlment in Tx
abdicate forced to give up a position of power
erasmo seguin a settler of san antonio
coahuila and Texas the merge of couhvile and Tx to maintain spqnish rule
empresario the spanish word for contartor a person who puts together business deals
title the legal right to own a piece of proprty
pecan point the start of U.S. settlers in Tx
Moses Austin An American buiness man that hoped to make a living off of bringing setters to Texas
sitio A spanish unit of measure repenest 4,428 acres of land
speculator People who buy I argeaes of land and try to sell the land
Stephen F Austin "The father of Texas"-son of moses-carvied out his father drom and is credited with population Tx with settler
Agriculture The work for of land ,corp and live stuck
collapse to break down or fail completely
militia Armed people who serve as soldiers during an emergncy
Grant A possession, such as land legally given to someone for free or very little money
partnership Associations of two or more people in business venture
san felipe de austin the main town of Austin's colony he did all his business
conduct to direct or lead
Republic of fredonia Haden Edward's failed attempt to free Texas from Mexico
censes an official count of the population of a region
Tejano people with Mexican ancestry that lived in Texas
Martin de leon the only Mexican Empressario that brought mexican settier to Texas
Green Dewitt a Texan empressario that brought 400 families to Texas
minister A person sent to another country to represent their home country to the government
civilians People who are not in the armed forces
self-government a government in which people take an active role in making laws and decisions
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