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Ch 3 vocab

3.1, 3.2, 3.3 vocab

Republic a nation which voters elect representatives to make laws
Occupied to take over or rule another country
monarchist a person who wanted to keep his or her social status or traditions
Augustine De Iturbide fought against Hidalgo, Morelos ,and their followers
Achieve to do or accomplish
Anti Monarchist a person who was committed to liberty
Plan of Iguala the plan for Mexico to become an independent nation
Treaty of Cordoba On August 24, 1821, the nation of Mexico was born.
San Antonion named after missionary Antonio Texas most important mission town
La Bahia now called Goliad Tx one of the last mission presidios
Nacogdoches one of the 3 original Spanish settlements
Abdicate To back down or resign
Erasmo Seguin settler of San Antonio
Coahuila and Texas the merge
Empresario A person who puts together business deals
Title the legal right to own a piece of property
Pecan point the start of us settlers in Tx
Mission a settlement in native American territory
Presidio a Spanish fort that protects a mission
Catechism a set of questions and answers about catholic beliefs
Epidemic the rapid spread of a 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, communities, and home steads in an area
Friar started missions, members of the church clergy
Factor part of what creates a result, piece or contribution
filibuster a person who wages an unofficial war on a country
benefit something that is good for a person
Philip Nolan captured and traded wild horses in Texas
James Wilkinson led a group in Texas in the late 1800
Natural ground agreement agreement between Spain an US that no soldier would occupy this land
class social rank
Peninsulares wealthy Spanish upper class in society
criollos born in new Spain to Spanish parents
Mestizos born to one Spanish parent and one Native American parent
Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla he is a priest from dolores, and he wanted to end social rank
Battle of Medina Spanish General Arrendondo attacked and defeated Toledds Army which was the bloodiest battle on Texas soil
James Long a angry man that organized a filibustering trip that eventually pushed into Texas
Pirate A person who steals from ships on the sea.
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