Type
Word Search
Description

tariff
plantation
fortify
garrison
petition
veto
siege
parley
epidemic
import
skirmish
pioneer
federalist
empresario
vaquero
mestizo
tejano
canal
friar
presidio
conquistador
patrilineal
adobe
shaman
artifact
butte
mesa
erosion
elevation
basin

Texas History Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

adobe
aquifer
arid
artifact
basins
bias
canal
century
chronology
citizen
climate
conquistador
council
decade
diversity
drought
elevation
environment
eras
escarpment
executive
federalism
friar
immigrate
judicial
landform
legislative
location
matrilineal
mestizo
middlemen
mission
navigate
patrilineal
plagiarism
plain
plateau
presidio
primary
privateer
province
relative
republic
rural
secondary
source
sovereignty
stockade
tepees
urban
viceroy

Spanish Colonial Texas Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

accommodate
conduct
mestizo
tejano
locate
secure
detachment
canal
church
military
rio grande
spain
france
native americans
fort
texas
tejas
conflict
council
presidio
friar
mission

unit 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A House that is made from dried mud and straw adobe
soldiers and explorers of the Spanish Empire CONQUSTADOR
a journey EXPEDITION
Roman Catholic Church FRIAR
descent through the female line MATRILINEAL
man of mixed race MESTIZO
A religious building mission
Moves from place to place nomad
military settlement PRESIDIO
rise in rebellion revolt
lives in one place SEDENTARY
person regarded as having access to, and influence in, the world of good and evil spirits SHAMAN
barrier to keep animals out STOCKADE
Mexican-American inhabitant of southern TEJANO
a cowboy VAQUERO
a ruler in a colony VICEROY

Spanish Colonial Texas Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Spain established missions, military outposts Presidio
Roman Catholic man who belongs to a religious group, or order, and teaches Christianity Friar
a group of advisers council
to gain control of secure
a disagreement of ideas, interests, or forces conflict
to act upon; to influence affect
to put in a place or position locate
a human-made waterway canal
a small unit of a military force detachment
to be flexible in the way rules are applied accommodate
a person of Mexican heritage who considers Texas home Tejano
a person of mixed Spanish and Native American heritage mestizo
a religious settlement mission
a district of a colony or country; similar to a state province
to find a way to pass over or along a body of water navigate
a feature or quality belonging typically to a person, place, or thing and serving to identify it characteristic
a long and distinct period of history with a particular feature or characteristic era
a person who draws or produces maps: Pineda cartographer
freedom liberation
a Spanish term for cowboy vaquero

2.1 Spanish Colonization & New Spain Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Incan emperor ATAHUALPA
Spanish conquerors CONQUISTADORS
Explored the southwestern borderlands. Never did find streets of gold. CORONADO
Spanish conquistador who conquered the Aztec. CORTES
People born in the Americas to parents from Spain. Wealthy and well educated. CREOLES
Founder of New Mexico colony in 1598. DEONATE
Explored Florida to the Mississippi River DESOTO
Indian woman who advised Cortes DONAMARINA
Land grants from Spanish government that allowed for Native Americans to provide labor or pay taxes. ENCOMIENDAS
One of 4 people who traveled more than 1000 miles through the Southwest. ESTEVANICO
People at the bottom of the social classes in New Spain. INDIANS
Catholic father who set up 24 missions in Arizona. KINO
A priest who tried to protect the Indians' civil rights, and, in doing so, encouraged African slave trade. LASCASAS
People of mixed Spanish and Indian background. MESTIZOS
Settlements run by Catholic priests and friars. Goal: to convert Indians to Christianity. MISSION
Aztec emperor MOCTEZUMA
People at the top of the social order in New Spain; born in Spain, highest jobs, owned land and mines. PENINSULARES
Conquered Inca PIZARRO
A large estate farmed by many workers. PLANTATION
Searched for fountain of youth in Florida. PONCEDELEON
Forts where soldiers lived. PRESIDIOS
Towns PUEBLOS

The Texas Revolution Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Anahuac
Casualties
Davy Crocket
Dictator
empresario
Garrison
Grievance
hayden edwards
James Fannin
Juan Seguin
Mier y Teran
Resolution
Retreat
Revolution
Sam Houston
San Jacinto
Santa Anna
Siege
Skirmish
Stephen F Austin
Tariff
The Alamo
Treason
Turtle Bayou
William Travis

Vocab TTT #3 Word Puzzle Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Tariff
Resolution
Provisional
Garrison
Calvary
Faction
Republic
Revolution
Customs Duty
Siege
Artillery
Infantry
Skirmish
Constitution
Rebellion
Democracy

Mexican National Era Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Anglo American
Old Three Hundred
department
Pioneer
Baron De Bastrop
dowry
Centralist
empresarios
Militia
Green DeWitt
Stephen F Austin
survey
erasmo seguin
federalist
depression
Moses Austin

Texas Revolution Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

san jacinto
annex
empresario
austin
lone star
crockett
tejas
travis
alamo battle
santa anna
juan sequin
sam houston
tejanos
mexico
texas

Exploring the Americas Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

mosque
pilgrimage
compass
astrolabe
technology
renaissance
classical
crusade
circumnavigate
cape
plantation
presidio
mission
pueblo
immunity
conquistador
tenant farmer
northwest passage
armada
protestantism
reformation