How did the spanish colonize Texas?


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By establishing Missions and Presidios

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the Comanche where the main problem for the Spanish to colonize Texas

to colonize, claim land and build missions!

They were basically unsuccessful and the Spanish responded with building more missions.

They had every right but didn't bother with it until France made an effort to do so.

The French had been unsuccessful in their endeavor to colonize the region, abandoning Fort Saint Louis in 1689.

Its hard because of the population that is their. Also it was hard because a large area of it was wealthy. This made it hard to colonize Texas.

If the question is "When did the Spanish colonize Canada" the answer is never.

Yes, the Spanish colonized the southwest and Florida.

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Juan Ponce de León got permission to colonize Florida.

'Texas' in Spanish is 'Tejas.'

The person who received permission to colonize Florida was Juan Ponce de Leon. Juan Ponce de Leon was the Spanish explorer who received permission to colonize Florida. Juan Ponce de Leon received permission from Ferdinand to colonize Florida after he returned to Spain in 1514.

To colonize their land as part of the Spanish empire

To colonize and to obtain gold and other riches.

To colonize a sparsely populated land.

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NO!! they do not have spanish stores in Texas

What are examples of the Spanish legacy in Texas

Spanish Texas was created in 1690.

Spanish Texas ended in 1821.

Never after Uruguay got its independence (1825) but Spanish did colonize those lands before.

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