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Texas History Political Economic Social
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POLITICAL
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1718 Spanish establish buffer settlements Three missions formed by Franciscan missionaries Los Adaes (eliminated in 1772) La Bahia San Antonio de Valero
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1731 Settlers from Canary Islands San Fernando de Bexar
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1810 September 16: Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rebels against Spanish rule in Mexico and leads mestizos (people of mixed blood) in a movement for independence. Succeeds in 1821.
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1811 Factions in San Antonio become involved in the Mexican independence movement. Loyalists eventually retake San Antonio. Rebels are tried and executed.
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Texas 1820s – 1830s
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1823 Mexico’s Emperor abdicates Texas organizes as a Republic
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1824 Texas and Coahuila organized as a single state
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1830s Shift in population demographics Tejano and Anglo 1836 Texas Declaration of Independence
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1840s - Dates 1845 Texan citizens approve annexation to US After 10 yrs independence 1846 Mexican American War 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo-gave away 55% or mexico/$15 mil to mexico.
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