The Austins come to Texas By angie

Moses Austin was a Texan that wanted his wealth.

Stephen F. Austin was Moses Austin's son.

Baron de Bastrop was a Duch businessman.

In 1793 Philip Hendrick was accused for theft.

Cotton gins devices that separate cotton fibers from seeds.

An acre of land was $1.25.

The U.S. law said that they needed 80 acres to pay the full price in cash.

Stephen said that each household would receive 640 acres.

Few people had 100 dollars in cash needed to buy the 80 acres.

Stephen F. Austin was 27 when he learned of his father's death.

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