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Texas Missions and Settlements. Coach Edwards Texas History. Lets Make a Foldable. Take 4 sheets of paper. Fold the sheets of paper together showing a little flap on each sheet. Number each of the Sheets. In your own handwriting label each of the sheets with a mission name.

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texas missions and settlements

Texas Missions and Settlements

Coach Edwards

Texas History

lets make a foldable
Lets Make a Foldable
  • Take 4 sheets of paper.
  • Fold the sheets of paper together showing a little flap on each sheet.
  • Number each of the Sheets.
  • In your own handwriting label each of the sheets with a mission name.
  • Using each of the pages place your notes on each of the missions on the corresponding page.
  • Illustrate each of the pages as you see each of the mission.
  • Staple the pages like a book
what are the missions of texas
What are the Missions of Texas?
  • Corpus Christi de La Ysleta.
  • San Francisco de los Tejas.
  • San Juan Bautista
  • San Antonio de Valero
  • Nuestra Senora del Pillar de lo Adaes
  • La Bahia
  • San Xavier Missions
  • Santa Cruz de San Saba
corpus christi de la ysleta
Corpus Christi De la Ysleta
  • Was built in 1682.
  • Was the first permanent mission established in Texas.
  • Was built in present day El Paso.
  • Started the Spanish Mission Movement
san francisco de los tejas
San Francisco de los Tejas
  • Founded on June 1, 1690.
  • Founded by Father Damian Massanet and Angelina.
  • The first Spanish Mission in East Texas
  • Built in Response to Fort LaSalle.
  • It served the Tejas Indians
san juan bautista
San Juan Bautista
  • Was Founded on the Rio Grande near Eagle Pass in 1699.
  • A complex of 3 missions a presidio and a town
  • Served as supply station for east Texas expeditions.
  • Known as the “Mother of Missions”.
san antonio de valero
San Antonio de Valero
  • Founded by Father Antonio de San Buenaventura y Oliveres
  • Became later known as the Alamo
  • Presidio San Antonio de Bexar was built in 1718 under the direction of Martin de Alarcon.
nuestra senora del pillar de lo adaes
Nuestra Senora del Pillar de lo Adaes
  • Marcus de San Miguel de Aguago founded
  • Site is near French Post Natchitoches, Near present day Robiline, Louisiana.
  • Unofficial Capital of Texas in 1722 and remained for 50 years
la bahia
La Bahia
  • Was built in the Ruins of LaSalle’s Fort.
  • Moved on the San Antonio River near present day Goliad.
  • Would later become the site for a key battle in the Texas Revolution- the Battle of Goliad and the Goliad Massacre
san xavier missions
San Xavier Missions
  • Were built on the San Gabriel River near present day Rockdale between the years of 1748- 1751.
  • It was a group of 3 Missions.
  • It served the Tonkawas and others.
  • Apaches raided the settlements which cause the missions to fail.
san cruz de san saba
San Cruz de San Saba
  • -Was founded in 1757 near present day Menard.
  • Wanted to convert the Apaches into Christians.
  • Mission eventually failed with the attacks of the Comanche, failure to Chrisitianize the natives, and lack of supplies
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