- October 5 I Tejano Elites and Slavery A population without a country 1834 15,000 Anglos in Texas 2,000 slaves 4,000 Tejanos San Antonio

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October 5 I. Tejano Elites and Slavery A population without a country 1834- 15,000 Anglos in Texas, 2,000 slaves, 4,000 Tejanos San Antonio population is declining Ranching is still popular Racially pure: high percentage of Spanish blood Most are very poor Most wanted to be a separate state, sick of under recognition Sequin De Leon- Victoria Antonio Navarro- born 1795- family came from Corsica Marries the daughter of the oldest families in SA They support the rebels in the Magee expedition A. Politics of Tejano Elites B. Navarro : comes home after being sent out of SA and becomes a horse smuggler Becomes very good friend of SF Austin Wants us to become established economically C. Slavery and Tejanos Navarro/Austin decides to call them indentured servants or apprentices He's an enabler Sept 1829- white Texans are shocked, Guerro- president of México abolishes slavery Dec 1829- exempted because Gov official from Texas goes to México and explains whats up with this MILESTONE Sfa: wants to work in México
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2009 for the course HIS 2053 taught by Professor Kelly during the Spring '08 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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- October 5 I Tejano Elites and Slavery A population without a country 1834 15,000 Anglos in Texas 2,000 slaves 4,000 Tejanos San Antonio

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