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A chain of five missions established along the San Antonio River in the 18th century became the largest concentration of Catholic missions in North America. Built primarily to expand Spanish New World influence northward from Mexico, the missions also served to introduce native inhabitants into Spanish society. Four of the missions (San Jose, San Juan, Concepcion, and Espada) were originally founded in East Texas. As the East Texas missions succumbed to drought, malaria, and French incursions, however, they were relocated to San Antonio. The missions flourished during the middle of the 18th century, but later declined due to inadequate military support, disease, and increased hostilities with Apaches and Comanches.

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Sterling Silver Medium to Large Sand Dollar

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Sterling Silver medium - large 1.75" sand dollar

Sterling Silver Med to Lg Sand Dollar

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If you ever visit the coast in Texas, like Galveston, Padre Island or Corpus Christi, you will see a thousand of this little trinkets floating around in the gift shops, however they are the same sand dollar designs you could get anywhere else!! What makes ours so special is that we make these ourselves and we used actual Texas Coastal Sand Dollars to craft a perfect reproduction of this wonder of nature.
The medium/large size is about 1 3/4" in diameter.

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