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Rather, Quivira was a humble settlement of dome-shaped, grass houses built by the Wichita Indians, who got their food Page 18 Artist's sketch of conquistadors from Coronado's column. from their fields of corn, beans, squash, and pumpkins. In disappointment, Coronado wrote to his king. " Then he marched back to the Rio Grande and returned to Mexico. The important thing about Coronado's northern expedition is that for the first time Europeans visited Oklahoma. Their written reports of the land and people are a written record of Oklahoma.
One kingdom was reported to be greater in size than Seville, Spain's largest city. It was said that its outer wall was made of solid gold, and that the doors of the shops and houses were covered with turquoise. The conquistadors were excited by another story that told of a kingdom where there was so much wealth that the people wore hats of gold. Several groups from Mexico went in search of Cale, the Gran Quivira, and the Seven Cities of Cibola. One of these groups was organized by Francisco Vasquez de Coronado.
This image of the Southwest and much of Oklahoma to some degree continues to present times. A second result of these expeditions across Oklahoma and the Southwest was, finally, the settlement of the southwestern boundary question with Spain. The Adams-Onís Treaty was written in 1819 and was signed two years later. It provided that the southern and western boundaries separating the American and the Spanish territories were established by a line that began in the Gulf of Mexico at the mouth of the Sabine River, and extended up the west bank of this stream to the 32nd parallel.