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Causes of the Texas Revolution

Spanish Missions of Texas

DVD - $44.95
Worksheet/activity sets for Elementary or Secondary - $9.95

Color, Length 25 minutes

For over 100 years missions were built to protect Spanish territory and spread the Christian religion.  Visit eleven historic sites across Texas and Mexico to learn the story of the rise and fall of the mission and presidio culture. Link to sample below.

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Life in the Texas Missions

Life in the Texas Missions

DVD - $44.95
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Color, Length 14 minutes

Spanish missions were designed to bring European civilization to the Native American tribes of Texas. Learn how a mission was built, daily life in the mission, and jobs of priests, soldiers, and Indians.

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Filibusters and Empresarios vol1

Filibusters and Empresarios – Vol. 1

DVD - $44.95
Worksheet/activity sets for Elementary or Secondary - $9.95

Color, Length 18 minutes

In the years between 1750 and 1821, Texas was touched by the power struggle between England, France, and Spain for control of North America.  Also, into Texas came the filibusters like Philip Nolan, Bernardo Gutierrez, Augustus Magee, Jean LaFitte and Dr. James Long to challenge Spanish control. Link to sample video below.

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Filibusters and Empresarios vol2

Filibusters and Empresarios – Vol. 2

DVD - $44.95
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Color, Length 18 minutes

The promise of rich farmland drew American settlers to Texas beginning in 1821.  Led by Stephen F Austin, the 1st Empresario, these pioneers established the ”Old 300” colony.  They paved the way for other empresario groups to follow.

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1) Causes of the Texas Revolution

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Causes of the Texas Revolution

DVD - $49.95
Worksheet/activity sets for Elementary or Secondary - $9.95

Color, Length 27 minutes

When Mexico won independence from Spain and wrote a new Democratic Constitution in 1824, Anglo American settlers thought that Texas had a bright future as part of the Republic of Mexico. But events both in Mexico and Texas over the next 12 years caused conflict to grow between Mexican leaders and Anglo and Tejano settlers in Texas. Follow the events leading Texas to Independence from Mexico from the Fredonia Rebellion to the “Come and Take it “ Cannon, from Anahuac to San Jacinto.

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