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Who guided the Spanish to the first mission in East Texas?
a) La Salle b) San Miguel c) St Denis d) St Francisco
What was the first mission in East Texas?
a) San Antonio de Valero b) Los Adaes c) San Antonio de Bexar d) San Francisco de los Tejas
What fort-town was built near the San Antonio River?
a) San Antonio de Valero b) Los Adaes c) San Antonio de Bexar d) San Francisco de los Tejas
What mission was built on the other side of the San Antonio River & later became the Alamo?
a) San Antonio de Valero b) Los Adaes c) San Antonio de Bexar d) San Francisco de los Tejas
Which presidio later became the capital of Texas for almost 50 years?
a) San Antonio de Valero b) Los Adaes c) San Antonio de Bexar d) San Francisco de los Tejas
What was the name of the French post?
a) La Bahia b) La Salle c) Nathitoches d) Nuestra Senora
Where did the French trade in Texas
a) East Texas b) West Texas c) South Texas d) North Texas
These Native Americans fought the Spaniards:
a) Apaches and Tonkawas b) Comanches and Tonkawas c) Apaches and Comanches d) Only the Tonkawas
Spanish friars wanted to spread this religion:
a) Baptist b) Catholic c) Methodist d) Jewish
Why didn't the Native Americans (like the Apaches and Comanches) NOT want to stay in the mission?
a) The priests were mean to them. b) The food was bad. c) They didn't like the religion. d) They didn't want to give up their life.
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