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HIST_226_Feb_02 - Expansion Northeast of San Antonio - The...

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Expansion Northeast of San Antonio - The San Gabriel enterprise o Native American threats Apache constantly raiding San Antonio o Foreign influence and domino theories - Raids, 1748 o Civil-religious tension and military support o Further missions o Smallpox and the location Spread by the Franciscans - Presidio and Rabago o Murder and failure o Rabago is a horrible Commander o Rabago is immoral and violates all kinds of doctrine Expansion Northwest of San Antonio - Punitive expeditions and their limits o Expeditions to get goods and slaves - Apache opening o Treaty with San Antonio, 1749 o Comanche pressure Comanche are taking Apache hunting grounds and invading on tribal grounds - The San Saba enterprise o Colonel Parilla and Father Terreros Needed soldiers and wanted a presidio Presidio was about 3 miles away o Apache attitudes and practices Apache say they wanted the priests but rarely show up More interested in the Spanish goods than the religion o Comanche and the mission
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2012 for the course HIST 226 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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