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28 August, 00:17

Who settled the first permanent Spanish mission in western Texas near El Paso? a. Settlers from New Spain. b. Settlers from Corpus Christi. c. Settlers from El Paso. d. Settlers from Santa Fe.

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  1. 28 August, 01:48
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    A. Settlers from New Spain

    In 1519, Spain had declared possession including its territories comprising part of the present U. S. state of Texas.

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