HIST_226_Jan_31

HIST_226_Jan_31 - Spanish Responses - The Tejas and east...

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Spanish Responses - The Tejas and east Texas missions o Bernardino, of the Caddo Indians, met with De Leon o De Leon’s proposals and Massanet o French presence o Villages have Christian-like symbols o De Leon wanted to leave a large force near the Tejas - Domingo Teran o Replaced De Leon as “Governor” of Texas o Spain laid many more tasks on Teran that De Leon did not have o Worsening conditions Natives began to dislike the Spanish Basically told Teran he needed to leave before he got back from making another tribe submit to him - Massanet’s recommendations o Presidio o Further missions o Pueblos - Withdrawal, 1693 o Reasons for failure Toward Permanent Occupation - Renewal of French Efforts o Spanish and Pensacola o Iberville and Louisiana - Governor Cadillac o Governor of Louisiana o St. Denis and French reentry Good with native languages Goes to Texas and trades with Caddo Indians along the way Was arrested once he found the Spanish Fell in love with Diego Ramon’s daughter
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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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