Cities and Trade By allie

The governor was also the city council.

In San Antonio in 1820 it was home to also 2,000 people.

Burning the Mexican period the population of San Antonio did notgrow much

In 1835 nearly 1,000 people lived in the city.

The Austin colony in 1835 was larger that San Antonio.

William Goyens was a necogdoches became wealthy by running a blacksmith.

Barter is a trade.

Sawmills which cut wood unto usable pieces.

Exports items to be shipped and sold

Imports items boug from other religions.

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Created with images by FotoGuy 49057 - "Chicago in 1820" • cegoh - "port ships cranes" • 1588877 - "dock ship container" • Giorgio Galeotti - "Segheria - Molveno (TN) Italia - 10 Agosto 2012" • zcamerino - "Barter"

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