Spanish influence in texas. Chapter 6. Spanish & the environment. Spanish built colonial homes from timber & rocks Home furniture was made from natural resources in the area. Spanish & the environment . Positive Effects : The Spanish were provided with shelter & their necessities
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Spanish influence in texas Chapter 6
Spanish & the environment • Spanish built colonial homes from timber & rocks • Home furniture was made from natural resources in the area
Spanish & the environment • Positive Effects: The Spanish were provided with shelter & their necessities • Negative Effects: Natural resources were lost
Spanish & Place names • Rio Grande River: Means “Big River” • Amarillo: Means “Yellow” in Spanish • Cities of El Paso, Laredo, Mission & Hidalgo
Other spanish influences • Religion: Roman Catholic • Food: Tortillas & Tamales • Arts: Corridos & Tejano Music