The recorded History of Texas begins with the arrival of the first Spanish conquistadors in the region of North America now known as Texas in 1519, who found the region populated by numerous Native American /Indian tribes. Native Americans' ancestors had been there for more than 10,000 years as evidenced by the ...
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Mar 1, 2013 ... Explore nine things you may not know about the Lone Star State.
The Story of Texas is a long one. Did you know that Texas people have been living in Texas since 13000 BCE? Explore with the Texas history timeline.
Kids learn about the history and timeline of the state of Texas including early explorers, Native Americans, Mexican-American War, Republic of Texas, and the Civil War.
Thus, independence was won in one of the most decisive battles in history. November 1839 -- The Texas Congress first met in Austin, the frontier site selected for the capital of the Republic. 11 August 1840 -- The Battle of Plum Creek, near present-day Lockhart, ended the boldest and most penetrating Comanche challenge ...
The Frontier Forts of Texas By Bryan Woolley After the Republic of Texas was annexed to the United States in late 1845, Texans had high hopes that the federal government would do what the impoverished Republic had been unable to do: subdue the aggressive Indian tribes on the new state's western frontier and open ...
Sep 1, 2016 ... The State of Texas first commemorated a historical site in 1856 by contributing to marking graves at the San Jacinto battleground. In 1858, the Legislature bought an existing Alamo monument, built in 1841 with stones gathered from the battle site. William Nangle and Joseph Cox of San Antonio designed ...
Sep 27, 2017 ... The vastness and diversity of Texas are evident in nearly all aspects of its physical features, economy, history, and cultural life. The territory of Texas was part of the Spanish Empire for more than a century. It was then part of the new country of Mexico from 1821 to 1836, when it gained its independence, and ...