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Francisco Xavier ChávesFrancisco Xavier Cháves
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado who led the Spanish expedition of 1540 though the great southwest. The Baca Family of New Mexico also claimed to be descendents of the Cabeza de Vaca Family in Spain
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Spanish-American War Imperialist or Humanitarian Conflict? The issueSpanish-American War Imperialist or Humanitarian Conflict? The issue
The issue: Should the United States go to war against Spain in an effort to help Cuba end oppressive Spanish rule? Or are there no compelling reasons for the United States to go to war?
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Author\Author's Notes for Cooper, 1636: Seas of Fortune (2014) These notes copyright Iver P. Cooper 2014. Please do not duplicate without permission. They do not create canon. In case of conflict with what is in the published ms
These notes copyright Iver P. Cooper 2014. Please do not duplicate without permission. They do not create canon. In case of conflict with what is in the published ms., the latter controls
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Augustus William MageeAugustus William Magee
An U. S. Army lieutenant and filibuster who led an invasion of Spanish Texas in 1812
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Encounters: At the time of Columbus’ sightingEncounters: At the time of Columbus’ sighting
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This is due: The capitol of Texas is located in Austin on the ColoradoThis is due: The capitol of Texas is located in Austin on the Colorado
The capitol of Texas is located in Austin on the Colorado River. (locate on a map) p. Ra21
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Chapter 10 outline: americans win independence ( 1776-1787) I. Early years of the war a. The Country DividedChapter 10 outline: americans win independence ( 1776-1787) I. Early years of the war a. The Country Divided
During the British occupation, Redcoats were able to take and hold every city they
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Native americans in kentuckyNative americans in kentucky
Kenneth Barnett Tankersley, Ph. D., Department of Anthropology, University of Cincinnati
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An Alternate History of the Netherlands I the Forty Years WarAn Alternate History of the Netherlands I the Forty Years War
United Provinces of the Netherlands one of the first European nations without an official state religion, as well as it and its colonies to become havens for persecuted across Europe. The drastic measure of throwing off the Spanish yoke was far
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Cortés and the Aztecs 1517-1519 First ContactCortés and the Aztecs 1517-1519 First Contact
The temple of Huitzilopochtli, the god of war, burst into flames. The Lake of Mexico boiled and rose, flooding into houses. Montezuma looked into the mirror and saw a distant plain
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Chapter 4 Vocabulary ListChapter 4 Vocabulary List
By ad 1200, Islands of the Caribbean Sea and nearby Atlantic Ocean were home to several groups of Indians, who had probably come from ne south America about 7,000 years ago
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Ad 1500 Portuguese explorer Pedro Álvars Cabral reaches Brazil 1500Ad 1500 Portuguese explorer Pedro Álvars Cabral reaches Brazil 1500
Feb 24, Charles V, king of Spain (1516-1556), was born in Ghent, Belgium. He was the last Holy Roman Emperor to be crowned by the Pope
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First ContactFirst Contact
My children, we must flee far away from this city! Fishermen discovered a bird that wore a strange mirror in the crown of its head
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First ContactFirst Contact
My children, we must flee far away from this city! Fishermen discovered a bird that wore a strange mirror in the crown of its head
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Teacher: class: 7th Social Studies date: February 15-17 m t w th fTeacher: class: 7th Social Studies date: February 15-17 m t w th f
People; Age of Contact; Spanish Colonial; Mexican National; Revolution and Republic; Early Statehood; Texas in the Civil War and Reconstruction; Cotton, Cattle
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