May 31, 2020
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spanish rule of texas
by connor foster
⟶ Updated 8 Oct 2017 ⟶
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Spanish rule had been extended as far south as Guatemala and Honduras.
Francisco de Montejo undertook the conquest of the mayan region
The Indians of Jalisco rebelled
the Spaniards began to move into Zacatecas, where they found immensely valuable silver mines.
Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, who had shipwrecked on the coast of Texas then spent eight years making his way across northern Mexico before reaching a Spanish settlement on the Pacific coast and had brought back stories of rich indigenous civilizations—El Dorado and the Seven Cities of Gold—that supposedly existed somewhere in the north.
a spanish settlement had been made in Florida
Juan de Oñate began the conquest of New Mexico,
Jalisco and other Pacific coast regions were conquered by Nuño de Guzmán
Francisco Vázquez de Coronado led an expedition to search for these mythical kingdoms of gold exploring as far as Kansas before turning back in disappointment.
the Pueblo Indians of new mexico rebelled
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