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What were the names of all 60 Spanish missions in Texas?

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The names of the 26 missions founded in Texas can be found by accessing the related link below:

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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


Many Spanish missions were founded in Texas. Many were abandoned or closed, but many still remain, with at least five in San Antonio alone. Some famous ones (all in San Antonio) are Mission San Juan Capistrano, Mission San Jose, and of course, Alamo Mission -- commonly called "The Alamo." In all, there were 26 Missions established within the boundaries if what would become the state of Texas. Take your pick from the related link below, please:


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