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René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle was a French Explorer who discovered the mouth of the Mississippi and claimed it for Spain
After discovering the mouth of the Mississippi River, La Salle determined to lead a new expedition
As a whole, Texas is very uniform and flat in terms of elevation.
When the Spanish returned to Tejas they found the French
La Salle’s luck was bad, to say the least, on his last expedition. The following were among his calamities
La Salle’s attempt to reach the Mississippi by moving through East Texas was cut short. Why?
The primary suspect in La Salle’s death
These types of trees are very common in East Texas:
This Spanish naval officer recieved orders to locate La Salle’s French trespassers in Texas
Spanish soldier and explorer who mapped many rivers in Texas, founded several missions, and rescued several of the Talon children
French explorer that created French settlements along the Red River, including Natchitoches, and began to lure the Indian trade away from the Spanish