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Moses Austin (October 4, 1761 – June 10, 1821) was an American businessman who played a ... Moses Austin had many relatives who helped settle Texas, including Stephen F. Austin and Emily Austin Perry (daughter), Moses Austin Bryan ...

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Jun 9, 2010 ... AUSTIN, MOSES (1761–1821). Moses Austin, founder of the American lead industry and the first man to obtain permission to bring ...

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Moses Austin was an American merchant and lead miner who brought ... on the frontiers of Virginia and Missouri, and laid plans for the colonization of Texas. divider ... of buying and selling on credit, since cash was often hard to come by at this time. .... Moses tried placing Stephen F. in charge of the mine, but it did not help.

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On this day in History, Moses Austin asks Spanish for Texas colony on Dec 26, 1820. Learn more about what happened today on History.

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Moses Austin. October 4, 1761–June 10, 1821. Moses Austin, the patriarch of Anglo settlement in Texas, died before his colonial dream became a reality. Austin ...

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Moses Austin came to Texas, which was owned by Spain at the time, to establish an American colony. His dream was short-lived because he died two months ...

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Moses Austin (1761-1821) played a large part in the development of the American lead industry and is the father of Stephen Austin, a leading ...

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Nov 4, 2015 ... Moses Austin and his son, Stephen F. Austin, were the first Texas ... young son's dreams of law school when he prevailed upon him to come to Texas? And when he pulled his wife close to gasp out his dying request, did he ...

www.texasgenealogy.org/hopkins/moses_austin.htm

This vast territory once belonged to Mexico, at the time of Moses Austin's visit to Texas, ... laws, making rapid strides of progress but a change was now to come.

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Suffering from pneumonia contracted in Texas, Moses Austin died on June 10, 1821. His final wishes were that his son, Stephen, carry on with his plans to ...