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Stephen F. Austin: Quiz


Question 1: Fully aware of the political philosophies of American Freemasons, the ________ outlawed Freemasonry on October 25, 1828.
State governments of MexicoFederal government of MexicoMexicoPolitics of Mexico

Question 2: ________ is the home of Stephen F. Austin State University.
Lubbock, TexasLufkin, TexasCushing, TexasNacogdoches, Texas

Question 3: colonists crossed into the granted territory by land and sea, on the Brazos River in present day ________.
Brazoria County, TexasFreeport, TexasClute, TexasPearland, Texas

Question 4: Edmondson, J.R. (2000), The Alamo Story-From History to Current Conflicts, ________: Republic of Texas Press, ISBN 1-55622-678-0 
DallasPlano, TexasCarrollton, TexasFort Worth, Texas

Question 5: In San Antonio, the grant was reauthorized by Governor Antonio María Martínez, who allowed Austin to explore the Gulf Coast between San Antonio and the ________ in order to find a suitable location for a colony.
Colorado River (Texas)Llano EstacadoBrazos RiverDouble Mountain Fork Brazos River

Question 6: It had been introduced among the aristocracy loyal to the ________, and the conservatives had total control over the Order.
House of BonaparteCapetian dynastyHouse of HabsburgHouse of Bourbon

Question 7: Austin died without having produced offspring, and bequeathed all his land, titles, and possessions, to his sister, ________.
Stephen F. AustinTexasPeach Point PlantationEmily Austin Perry

Question 8: Austin took temporary command of the Texan forces during the ________ from October 12 to December 11, 1835.
Texas RevolutionSiege of BéxarBattle of ConcepciónBattle of the Alamo

Question 9: On June 10, 1836, Austin was in New Orleans when he received word of Santa Anna's defeat by ________ at San Jacinto.
Price DanielJames Pinckney HendersonSam HoustonCharles Allen Culberson

Question 10: When they were repeated and extended at the ________, Austin traveled to Mexico City on July 18, 1833, and met with Vice President Valentín Gomez Farías.
Texas RevolutionConvention of 1833Mexican TexasConvention of 1832

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