Collapse of Spain in Texas (Part 1)
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The end of Spanish colonization and rule in Texas, covering: (1) Texas by 1800; (2) Major Problems for Spain in Texas: [a] Louisiana Purchase, 1803, [b] Mexican War for Independence, 1810-1820.

Part of a single 26.5 hour university-level course lecture, this video can be viewed at The Portal to Texas History which also contains a searchable transcript. An ideal way to take a deep dive into the content for educators new to the subject.

Two versions of this video are available: the original recording with a fixed camera on the stage, and an American Sign Language interpretation with a picture-in-picture view of the slides.



The page was updated on 02/17/2023.


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