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What are examples of the Spanish legacy in Texas

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Because they ruled texas


'Texas' in Spanish is 'Tejas.'


NO!! they do not have spanish stores in Texas


Spanish Texas was created in 1690.


Spanish Texas ended in 1821.


Good Morning Texas - 1992 Legacy of Love was released on: USA: 19 March 2013


Texas has no official language, but Spanish is very popular.


what are Spanish motives for set tiling in Texas



Slavery, exploitation, underdevelopment...


Yes, and as long as Repiblicans exist in Texas, Tower's legacy will be remembered.


The Spanish legacy is things that the Spaniards left behind for example Language, Foods, Traditions, Culture, and diseases that weren't that good back then because the people didn't have the right medications like we do now.


¿Eres Tejano? = Are you Texan? ¿Eres de Texas? = Are you from Texas?


5301 Legacy Dr Plano, Texas 75024 972-673-7000


El Paso was the name of the first Spanish settlement in East Texas.


He was the only man to be the Governor oof two different US States and his best known legacy may be the city of Houston, Texas.


Legacy is datin a guh from Texas named allyssa.


They created Spanish Legacies in Texas.


There was no Republic of Texas during the Spanish American War. Texas broke away from Mexico in 1836 as a result of the Texas Revolution and it became a US State on 29 December 1845. The Spanish American War was in 1898.


You would say ¡Bienvenidos a Tejas / Texas! "Tejas/ Texas" is pronounced ['texas].*In standard Spanish, the [x] sound is similar to that in German "ich" or Scottish English "loch".


"Tejas," pronounced "TAY-hoss," is the Spanish word for the American state of Texas."Tejas" has no other meaning in Spanish, although the word "teja" refers to colonial Spanish-style roofing tiles, typically made of terra cotta. Also, in Spanish, "tejado" means roof. This might or might not explain why Spanish-speakers of Mexico originally labeled as "Tejas" the region that eventually became Texas. Once part of Mexico, Texas forms a substantial part of Mexico's geographical "roof."Texas is the Caddo word for friends or allies. This is also why Texas is the "friendship state." Texas is not as many believe a Spanish word. The Caddo Indians' range once included east Texas.


The Tejanis was a Spanish heritage who considers Texas their home.Other tribes fought fiercely against Spanish settlement of Texas.


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


Texas is a state, not a country, but Spanish is spoken by 29% of its population, while English is spoken by 68.7%.


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