What group established the first Spanish settlements in Texas?
Spanish Colonies in the Americas:
In the late sixteenth century, the Spanish Empire began settling Texas. When Spain turned its eyes toward Texas, one group of Spaniards in particular was crucial to the empire's efforts.
Answer and Explanation:
The first Spanish settlements in Texas were established by Franciscan missionaries. The Franciscans, and Catholic missionaries in general, were very...
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from History 103: US History IChapter 1 / Lesson 6