Spanish Texas, 1519-1821

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ILLUSTRATIONS
FIGURE 1. Major Rivers and Bays in Texas2
FIGURE 2. Physiographic Regions of the United States3
FIGURE 3. Average Annual Precipitation in Texas7
FIGURE 4. Alvarez de Pineda Sketch Map of the Gulf of Mexico, 151924
FIGURE 5. "Pineda Stone"25
FIGURE 6. Probable Routes of Cabeza de Vaca, Coronado, and Moscoso31
FIGURE 7. Map of Central and Northern New Spain44
FIGURE 8. Gulf Coast as Understood in 166371
FIGURE 9. Map of Lower Mississippi at Time of La Salle's Expedition72
FIGURE 10. Map of Lower Mississippi as Understood by La Salle, 168273
FIGURE 11. Log of Alonso de León Expedition, 168982
FIGURE 12. Log of Alonso de León Expedition, 169090
FIGURE 13. Cárdenas Map of Matagorda Bay and La Salle's Colony, 169195
FIGURE 14. Missions and Presidios, 1682-1726108-109
FIGURE 15. Plan of Presidio Nuestra Señora del Pilar de los Adaes, 1721122
FIGURE 16. Plan of Presidio Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, 1721123
FIGURE 17. Plan of Presidio San Antonio de Béxar, 1722124
FIGURE 18. Plan of Presidio Nuestra Señora de Loreto, 1722125
FIGURE 19. Map of Presidio and Missions at San Antonio, 1731132
FIGURE 20. Expansion of Spanish Missions, Settlements, and Presidios, 1746-1793148-149
FIGURE 21. New Regulations of 1771-1772185
FIGURE 22. Neutral Ground Agreement, 1806225
FIGURE 23. Photograph of San Sabá Painting255
FIGURE 24. Cartouche of La Salle's Assassination256
FIGURE 25. Insignia of the Texas Surgical Society258

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