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The Wendish immigrants were usually bilingual with German. Many joined German settlements. They settled in Lee County and established a church and school. The Texas Wendish Heritage Museum and Library in Serbin specializes in their history and genealogy. The Polish Polish immigration to Texas began early in the 19th century.

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The largest immigration of Germans came in the 1840s when the Adelsverein (The Society for the Protection of German Immigrants in Texas) organized at Biebrich on the Rhine near Mainz. It assisted thousands in coming to Central Texas and establishing such settlements as New Braunfels and Fredericksburg.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Texan

German Texan (German: Deutschtexaner) is both a term to describe immigrants who arrived in the Republic of Texas from Germany from the 1830s onward and an ethnic category which includes their descendants in today's state of Texas.The arriving Germans tended to cluster in ethnic enclaves; the majority settled in a broad, fragmented belt across the south-central part of the state, where many ...

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By then a greater percentage of Germans lived in towns and cities than was true of the Texas population at large. German immigration to Texas tapered off during the 1890s. Germans created new ethnic islands as late as the 1920s, but they were peopled from other areas in Texas, particularly the German Belt.

www.let.rug.nl/.../1801-1900/anglo-american-colonization-in-texas/texas-1821-1836.php

Texas 1821-1836. Americas apetite for expansion was most clearly at work in Texas. The Spanish had been less successful in colonizing Arizona and Texas than in New Mexico and Florida. In some regions the Spanish monarchy awarded huge land grants to a few ex-soldiers and colonists, who turned the grants into profitable cattle ranches.

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Texas History chapter 11. Immigration and migration to Texas (1836-1861) STUDY. PLAY. ... 4 causes that led to immigration to Texas in 1800's. Statehood made Texas seem safer to immigrants land was plentifull and cheap War and famine in Europe made people leave there

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Population in many cities kept growing abruptly because of new immigrants. In the early 1800's, New York's population went from 60,489 to 202,589. St.Louis' population doubled every nine years and Cincinnati doubled every seven years. Abrupt population growth brought issues for the residents.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Texas

The recorded history of Texas begins with the arrival of the first Spanish conquistadors in the region of North America now known as Texas in 1519, who found the region populated by numerous Native American tribes. The Native Americans' ancestors had been there for more than 10,000 years as evidenced by the discovery of the remains of prehistoric Leanderthal Lady.

www.archives.gov/research/immigration/passenger-arrival.html

Immigration records, more popularly known as "ship passenger arrival records," may provide evidence of a person's arrival in the United States, as well as foreign birthplace. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has immigration records for various ports for the years 1800-1959 ...

www.germanroots.com/passengers.html

Introduction: This is a list of indexes of passenger lists (also called immigration records or ship manifests) for ships that sailed to the United States from 1820 to the 1940s, including microfilm, books and online indexes. Microfilm records listed here are available at the National Archives (NARA) and some of its branches. Some of the online indexes or databases listed below include ...