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Texas History Chapter 6-7 Spanish legacy in Texas:  Town names  Ranching system: lariats, chaps, cattle drives by vaqueros  Roads.

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2 Texas History Chapter 6-7

3 Spanish legacy in Texas:  Town names  Ranching system: lariats, chaps, cattle drives by vaqueros  Roads

4 Moses Austin was the first Anglo American to secure permission from the Spanish government to bring Anglo settlers to Texas.

5 Moses Austin paved the way for Anglo settlement in Texas

6 Baron de Bastrop helped Austin colonize Texas by convincing Governor Martinez to grant his request for colonization.

7 Filibusters were adventurers who came to Texas.

8  Americans viewed filibusters as heroes.  Spanish viewed them as rebels or troublemakers.

9 Father Hidalgo was the first person in Mexico to call for freedom from Spain.

10 A republic is a government in which voters choose people to represent them.

11 When Mexico became independent from Spain in 1821, San Antonio was the largest settlement in Texas.

12  Coahuila, a Mexican province, united with Texas to form a new Mexican state

13 Centralists in the Mexican government believed power should be concentrated in the national government

14 Federalists in the Mexican government believed power should be shared between the states and the national government

15 Federalists supported the Mexican Constitution of 1824.

16 Colonization law of 1824: Colonists must be Catholic, of good moral character, only permanent residents could get land contracts, and could not own more than 48,708 acres.

17 Colonization law of 1824: A man who married a Mexican woman received extra land.

18 Stephen F. Austin requested land along the coast because he needed a port so he could easily receive supplies.

19  Many settlers came to Texas because they wanted good farmland at a cheap price.

20  Original settlers to Austin’s colony were called the Old Three Hundred.

21  The majority of settlers were from the southern United States.

22 Erasmo Sequin aided Stephen F. Austin in his quest to colonize Texas.

23  The first Irish settlement in Texas was Refugio.  Powers and Hewetson established the colony.

24  Green DeWitt established Gonzalez as the headquarters for his colony.

25  Martin De Leon established Victoria as a major center of trade between Texas and Mexico.

26 Slaves were used to clear the land, plant and harvest crops, and help make profits.

27 As a result of the Louisiana Purchase, the United States doubled in size.

28 The Adams- Onis Treaty settled the boundary dispute between Spain and the United States.

29 Manifest Destiny is the belief that Americans were predestined to conquer the area from coast to coast.

30  The first Irish colony in Texas was:  A. Gonzales  B. Saltillo  C. Refugio

31  The first Irish colony in Texas was:  C. Refugio

32 Who supported the Mexican Constitution of 1824? A. Republicans B. Federalists C. Centralists

33 Who supported the Mexican Constitution of 1824? B. Federalists

34  Many Anglo Americans settled in Texas because they:  A. wanted to become citizens of Spain  B. knew life would be easy there  C. wanted good farmland at a cheap price

35  Many Anglo Americans settled in Texas because they:  C. wanted good farmland at a cheap price

36  Who was the first person in Mexico to call for freedom from Spain?  A. Baron de Bastrop  B. Erasmo Sequin  C. Father Hidalgo

37  Who was the first person in Mexico to call for freedom from Spain?  C. Father Hidalgo

38  The original settlers to Austin’s colony:  A. came mostly from Mexico  B. were called the “Old Three Hundred”  C. totaled about 21,000

39  The original settlers to Austin’s colony:  B. were called the “Old Three Hundred”

40  Centralists in the Mexican government believed ___________.  A. power should be concentrated in the national government  B. Texas should be part of Mexico  C. states should share power with the Mexican government

41  Centralists in the Mexican government believed ___________.  A. power should be concentrated in the national government

42  Texas colonists thought they needed slaves for all of these reasons EXCEPT:  A. to fight for Mexico’s independence  B. to clear the land  C. to make good profits

43  Texas colonists thought they needed slaves for all of these reasons EXCEPT:  A. to fight for Mexico’s independence

44  According to the colonial laws of 1825, a man who married a Mexican woman  A. had to learn to speak Spanish  B. received extra land  C. was not allowed to colonize

45  According to the colonial laws of 1825, a man who married a Mexican woman  B. received extra land

46  Most of the immigrants to Texas during the 1820s were from ___________.  A. Ireland  B. the southern U.S.  C. the Canary Islands

47  Most of the immigrants to Texas during the 1820s were from ___________.  B. the southern U.S.

48  What was the difference between Spanish and Anglo settlements?  A. no difference  B. Spanish wanted to convert Native Americans to Christianity  C. Anglos wanted to convert Native Americans to Christianity

49  What was the difference between Spanish and Anglo settlements?  B. Spanish wanted to convert Native Americans to Christianity

50  Stephen F. Austin asked for land along the coast for his colony because:  A. he needed a port  B. it had a mild climate  C. the soil was rich

51  Stephen F. Austin asked for land along the coast for his colony because:  A. he needed a port

52  Who was the first Anglo American to get permission from the Spanish to bring settlers to Texas?  A. Erasmo Seguin  B. Baron de Bastrop  C. Moses Austin

53  Who was the first Anglo American who paved the way to bring Anglo settlers to Texas?  C. Moses Austin

54  As a result of the Louisiana Purchase, the United States  A. became involved in the War of 1812  B. came into conflict with France  C. doubled in size

55  As a result of the Louisiana Purchase, the United States  C. doubled in size

56  What is the belief that Americans were predestined to conquer the area from coast to coast?  A. Federalism  B. Republic  C. Manifest Destiny

57  What is the belief that Americans were predestined to conquer the area from coast to coast?  C. Manifest Destiny

58  What were filibusters?  A. people who sold wild mustangs  B. adventurers  C. Spanish settlers

59  What were filibusters?  B. adventurers

60  What city did Green DeWitt establish as the headquarters for his colony?  A. Gonzalez  B. Goliad  C. Refugio

61  What city did Green DeWitt establish as the headquarters for his colony?  A. Gonzalez

62  When Mexico became independent from Spain in 1821, the largest settlement in Texas was  A. San Antonio  B. Nacogdoches  C. Refugio

63  When Mexico became independent from Spain in 1821, the largest settlement in Texas was  A. San Antonio

64  What was the province that united with Texas to form a new Mexican state?  A. Saltillo  B. El Camino Real  C. Coahuila

65  What was the province that united with Texas to form a new Mexican state?  C. Coahuila

66  What empresario established Victoria as a major center of trade between Texas and Mexico?  A. Erasmo Seguin  B. Stephen F. Austin  C. Martin de Leon

67  What empresario established Victoria as a major center of trade between Texas and Mexico?  C. Martin de Leon

68  What is a government in which voters choose people to represent them?  A. Centralist  B. Federalist  C. Republic

69  What is a government in which voters choose people to represent them?  C. Republic

70  What did the Adams-Onis Treaty do?  A. settled the boundary dispute between Spain and the United States  B. settled the boundary dispute between France and Spain  C. gave Mexico independence from Spain

71  What did the Adams-Onis Treaty do?  A. settled the boundary dispute between Spain and the United States

72  How did Erasmo Seguin contribute to the growth of Texas?  A. aided Stephen F. Austin in his quest for colonization  B. opened the Port of New Orleans  C. paved the way for colonization of Texas

73  How did Erasmo Seguin contribute to the growth of Texas?  A. aided Stephen F. Austin in his quest for colonization

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