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  1. Mapping the Missions Official Name We’re going to call it… Symbol Date Founded and River Native Americans Served Claim to Fame Corpus Christi de Ysleta Ysleta 1682 Rio Grande Jumano and Tiguas 1st permanent settlement of Europeans in Texas 1st San Francisco de los Tejas Tejas Mission 1690 Neches Caddos (Tejas) 1st Spanish mission in East Texas San Juan Bautista San Juan Coahuiltecans ½ -way station b/w Mexico City and East TX Missions; “Mother of the Missions” 1700 Rio Grande ½ San Antonio de Valero Valero (Alamo) Tonkawa Coahuiltecans Known as the Alamo 1718 San Antonio “Queen of the Missions”, considered the Most Beautiful (on the SA Mission Trail) San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo San Jose 1721 San Antonio Tonkawa Coahuiltecans Karankawa First established on Ft. St. Louis site, then moved (became Goliad) La Bahia del Espiritu Santo La Bahia 1722 Guadalupe San Saba de la Santa Cruz San Saba (The Plains Mission) The Plains Mission – Apaches asked for the mission to protect them from Comanches – Failed b/c Plains Indians were too independent Apache & Comanche 1757 San Saba

  2. Key Ysleta Tejas Mission San Juan Bautista Valero (Alamo) San Jose La Bahia San Saba Mission 1st ½ 1st San Saba River Neches River ½ Guadalupe River San Antonio River Rio Grande