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  • Chapter 6: The Spanish MissionsSection 3: The Spanish Return to Texas

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  • BellworkWhy did the Spanish missions in East Texas fail?

    Why might the Spanish want to return to East Texas?

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  • A New French ThreatAfter failures in East Texas, the Spanish ignore Texas for more than 20 years

    Spanish Flag

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  • A New French Threat

    Father Francisco Hidalgo asked the French for help in establishing missions in East Texas

    Reconstructed model of San Francisco de los Tejas, where Father Francisco Hidalgo had served

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  • A New French Threat1713: Gov. Cadillac of Louisiana sends Louis Juchereau de St. Denis to East Texas to find Father Hidalgo

    Bust of Louis Juchereau de St. Denis

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  • A New French ThreatTravels through East Texas searching for Father Hidalgo

    After not finding Father Hidalgo, St. Denis heads towards West Texas

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  • A New French ThreatTrades with Tejas Indians

    Spain prohibited French from trading in New Spain

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  • A New French ThreatArrives at San Juan Bautista and is arrested

    Taken to Mexico for questioning

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  • East Texas MissionsSpanish alarmed by presence of a French trader in Texas

    Decide to build new missions in East Texas

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  • New East Texas Missions1716: Domingo Ramon leads an expedition to East Texas

    St. Denis serves as a guide

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  • New East Texas MissionsWarmly welcomed by the Tejas

    Establish Nuestro Padre San Francisco de los Tejas near site of original mission

    Preaching to the Tejas Indians

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  • New East Texas MissionsHidalgo placed in charge of mission

    Established five more missions in East Texas

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  • San Antonio SettlementsSpanish knew first mission in East Texas failed due to its distant location

    Decide to establish an outpost between the Rio Grande and the East Texas missions

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  • San Antonio Settlements1718: San Antonio de Valeromission built along the San Antonio River

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  • Mission Concepcion

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  • San Jos y San Miguel de Aguayo,

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  • Mission San Juan Capistrano

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  • Mission San Francisco de la Espada

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  • Espada Aqueduct

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  • San Antonio SettlementsThe first organized civil government in Texas was in San Antonio

    Would become the half-way point on the El Camino Real

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  • San Antonio SettlementsEl Camino RealRoyal Road that led from East Texas missions to Mexico City

    Used to establish and supply East Texas missions

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  • The National Park Service is currently planning a historical trail in commemoration of the Camino Realhttp://www.senate.gov/~hutchison/ccelcamino.htmhttp://www.nps.gov/elte/

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