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ERA OF DISCOVERIES AND MISSIONS.
They had many fine opportunities for trade, but Spain
said, "No, you shall buy from, and sell to, none but
me." They breathed the bracing air of liberty wafted to
them from the north, where young America was prepar-
ing to break her chains, but Spain said, "You have too
much freedom already; crush this foolish ambition. It
is not for you to prate of liberty." It is not then to be
wondered that more than a hundred years after settle-
ment, this goodly land, Texas, was scarcely more than a
BLACKBOA RD ANALYSIS.
1. His Life and Character.
2. Lands in Texas. (1685.)
I f L A SALLE .-*-13. His Trials.
H I 4. His Death. (1687.)
o1 5. His Colony.
1. Reasons for Claiming Texas.
mr03~~ ~ 2. De Leon's Expedition.
O^~~k~~ 3. De Teran and Early Missions.
II. SPANISH IN TEXAS. - b. Location.
4. Later Missions. c. Purpose.
e. Why Failures.
m a3^ ~.( 5. Colonists from Canary Islands.
1. Crozat's Grant.
2. St. Denis.
O Im. FRENCH IN TEXAS. 2
m2 1 3. Troubles in France.
nA l ~14. Louisiana Ceded to Spain.
<~j TV. TEf8[ 1. Manner of Life.
IV. TEXAS INDIAN.... 2. Religion.
3. Work of Spanish Priests among them.
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Pennybacker, Anna J. Hardwicke. A new history of Texas for schools : also for general reading and for teachers preparing themselves for examination, book, 1895; Palestine, Tex.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth2388/m1/41/: accessed August 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .