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What two mechanisms were used to keep Spanish control of Texas?
A mission was a military colony were Spanish settlers forcibly convert the Native peoples.
The Spanish saw the Native peoples as either “people of reason” or “barbaric Indians.”
The Spanish introduced Christianity to the Natives first in ____.
After 1690, most missions established in Tejas were located in ____.
Between 1700-1731, presidios and missions in Texas ____.
By the end of the 18th Century, most missions and presidios in Tejas were relocated to ____.
This important fortification protected the Texas coast and secured a sea route for supplies to the Tejas missions.
This presidio and mission complex on the Rio Grande served as a principal gateway to Tejas from Mexico.
As many of the East Texas missions began to fall apart apart, a new mission appeared near the Hill Country, called ____.