El Rancho in South Texas: Continuity and Change From 1750 Page: 3
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Left: Provencia de Nuevo Santander. Escand6n and 3000
colonists and soldiers settled in Nuevo Santander in x749. By
1755, there were 23 settlements. Original by Tomas Sinchez,
1755, found in Archivo General y Ptiblico, Mexico, Historia,
vol. 29. Courtesy University of California Press, Berkeley.
Above: A map from the 1757 Cuervo report of two early
ranches: Nuestra Sefora de los Dolores and San Augustin de
Laredo, with livestock inventories. Courtesy British Library.
Spanish Exploration and Settlement of Texas
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