← Chapter 6 Review Test
4 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- The Native Americans were drawn into Spanish settlements by either persuasion by friars or gifts or by force.
- The chief official of a Spanish town
- Native Americans who lived in missions didn't have much freedom and lived a settled life. Native Americans who lived in missions also had to become farmers or blacksmiths or carpenters. Native Americans that lived a traditional way of life were nomadic, had a lot of freedom and were never blacksmiths or carpenters; and sometimes were farmers.
3 True/False Questions
Why did the mission at San Saba fail? → The mission at San Saba failed because the Comanches attacked the mission in 1758 and 1759. Also, San Saba was 100 miles away from the nearest Spanish settlement and was in Apache and Comanche land. The mission also failed to convert the Apaches.
Ayuntamiento → City council
Marques de San Miguel de Aguayo → This man was the governor of the province of Coahuila before he was appointed by the Spanish viceroy to retake Texas when war broke out between Spain and France. Marques de San Miguel de Aguayo took Texas back from France and oversaw the formation of settlements, presidios and missions in east Texas and near French territory in Louisiana before the Spain-France war ended.