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  • Hernan Cortez
  • Keep moving their almost out!!!
  • Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca
  • We are going down!!!
  • Francisco Vasquez de Coronado
  • The man we know as Hernan Cortez was the man who conquered the once powerful Aztec empire. And changed their capital as well as tried to change their religion.
  • Alonso Alvarez de Pineda
  • Good were on land, but where?
  • Let us Feast a meal in celebration.
  • Alvar was one of the first Europeans to enter Texas. While on his voyage he shipwrecked, but was saved by the natives their. He spent some time there before leaving and inspiring other explorers to visit.
  • Juan de Onate
  • Coronado was a spaniard from the 1500's who sailed to the panhandle of Texas and Llano Estacado. During his journey he was attacked by natives as a result he also killed natives who misled him. He originally was out to find the seven cities of legend which are said to have sand of gold this was untrue since one native The Turk led them to this fabled city which was just a small village The Turk was killed and since Coronado was killing so many natives he was trialed.
  • La Salle
  • Pineda was the first person from Europe to map the coast of Texas and established settlements near Mexico City Tampico. He didn't land in Texas, but lead further exploration into it.
  • Juan de Onate was spaniard explorer born in 1550, his main goal was to spread his religion (Catholicism). First to celebrate a little "Thanksgiving " founded present day New Mexico and its capital Santa Fe.
  • La Salle set out on his expedition on 1682 he was a French explorer he got lost in Texas and named the surrounding land around the Mississippi Louisana. He was very unmanageable and fought with his team/crew a lot eventually they all died.
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