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

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Robert de La Salle's east Texas settlement in Spanish Tejas.



* The first European settlement was by France called Fort Saint Louis near Matagorda Bay. * Spain then established a series of East Texas missions. * The first significant Anglo-American group was the First 300 on the Brazos. * By 1834 Texas had an estimated 30,000 Anglos within its borders.


The first Spanish mission in East Texas, began in 1690. ESTABLISHED BY:Alonzo de leon


Spain was indifferent and unworried about Tejas until they discovered an abandonded French settlement in East Tejas and immediately place a series of missions there to reinforce their claim.


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Is Texas east or west of Arizona?Texas is east of Arizona.


The first permanent settlement was made in 1769 in the Watauga River valley of East Tennessee, with a name unknown. But, the oldest town in Tennessee is Jonesboro, which was founded two years after that first permanent settlement was made. I would answer with Jonesboro.


Louisiana is east of Texas


'Texas' comes from the Caddo Indian tribe. The Spanish Conquistadors encountered the Caddo Indians around 1540 in the area of East Texas. The Caddos referred to the Spanish as "tayshas," which meant "friend" or "allies." The Spanish translation was "tejas." The Americans converted it to "Texas."Read more: How_did_Texas_get_its_name


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Texas has a coast which extends from the East to the South. It does not have an " East coast ".


a person who established the first mission in east texas


Father Damian Massanet and someone.


From what i know, The indians in east texas did not need want the missions provided, they did not want religious instruction, and epidemics of disease cuased tension between them. There might be more info, but this is all i have


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The english only came from the east side of USA to settle so it has to be on the east side of the USA


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