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Welcome to the Len Kubiak History Page HISTORY OF THE TEXAS REVOLUTION The Texas Revolution began with the battle of Gonzales in October 1835 and ended with the

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BIOGRAPHY OF JIM BOWIE This webpage contains a biography of Jim Bowie, early-day Texas settler and one of the gallant men that defended the Alamo in 1836 buying

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ANTHRO 6 – An Introduction to California’s Native People. MISSIONIZATION. The primary instrument of colonization in California was the mission. In the 18th century

La Sierra Gorda is shared between Guanajuato and Querétaro and is considered to be an important biosphere. This area is the most rugged in the state where most of

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History in brief: Founded 14 December 1817 by Padre Vicente de Sarría and named for Saint Raphael the Archangel.

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Nineteenth Mission Date Founded: September 17, 1804 Founder: man Estévan Tápis Named for: Saint Agnes Location: 1760 Mission Drive, P.O. Box 408

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These are wonderful classic sepia tone images of the Missions from the early 20th century. This is one of the first full sets ever produced.

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Mission San Gabriel Arcángel was founded 8 September 1771 (4th in order) by Blessed Junípero Serra. The mission is named for Archangel Gabriel.

California Education Standard: Students describe the social, political, cultural, and economic life and interactions among people of California from the pre

Yuman-speaking Native Americans “occupied nearly the entire southern extreme of [Alta]California and adjoining portions of Baja California in the sixteenth century.”

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