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LETS PLAY JEOPARDY!!
CattleCowmenTrailsOn the Drive Mixture Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final JeopardyJeopardy
$100 Question from Cattle He was the first to bring Cattle to North America
$100 Answer from Cattle Christopher Columbus
$200 Question from Cattle Another name for a Mexican cowboy
$200 Answer from Cattle Vaquero
$300 Question from Cattle Breed of cow just north of the Mexican border
$300 Answer from Cattle Texas Longhorn
$400 Question from Cattle DOUBLE JEOPARDY Yearly occasion where cattle are marked
$400 Answer from Cattle Spring Round-up
$500 Question from Cattle Interpret these brands:
$500 Answer from Cattle X-I-T D hanging C Running W
$100 Question from Cowmen The primary ethnicity of a vaquero
$100 Answer from Cowmen Native American
$200 Question from Cowmen Another Name for a Cowboy
$200 Answer from Cowmen Cow Puncher
$300 Question from Cowmen The four Main positions in an outfit
$300 Answer from Cowmen Boss, cowboy, wrangler, and cook
$400 Question from Cowmen Type of entertainment created by the cowmen
$400 Answer from Cowmen Cowboy songs or poems
$500 Question from Cowmen These three circumstances brought the cowboy days to a halt.
$500 Answer from Cowmen Barbed Wire The Winter of 1876-1877 And the Expansion of the Railroad
$100 Question from Trails DOUBLE JEOPARDY Name for final destination of a cattle drive
$100 Answer from Trails Railhead
$200 Question from Trails Number of miles traveled in a typical day
$200 Answer from Trails 10-15 miles
$300 Question from Trails You must pass through this land to get to your destination
$300 Answer from Trails Indian Territory
$400 Question from Trails Name three common trails taken by the cowboys
$400 Answer from Trails Shawnee Western Goodnight-Loving Chisholm
$500 Question from Trails Name two popular cowtowns
$500 Answer from Trails Dodge City Abilene Ellsworth
$100 Question from On the Drive Amount of time (months) to finish the drive
$100 Answer from On the Drive About six months
$200 Question from On the Drive DOUBLE JEOPARDY Person in charge
$200 Answer from On the Drive The Boss
$300 Question from On the Drive The worst possible danger on the drive
$300 Answer from On the Drive Stampede
$400 Question from On the Drive Name three positions of the cowboys during the drive
$400 Answer from On the Drive Drag, Swing, Flank
$500 Question from On the Drive Reasons why drag was the worst position to ride
$500 Answer from On the Drive Smell, dust, and escaping cattle
$100 Question from Mixture Man who tames a horse to ride
$100 Answer from Mixture Bronco-Buster
$200 Question from Mixture Horse herd directed by a wrangler
$200 Answer from Mixture Remuda
$300 Question from Mixture This vehicle was driven a mile ahead of the herd
$300 Answer from Mixture Chuckwagon
$400 Question from Mixture Type of gun used by the Cowboys
$400 Answer from Mixture. 45 Colt six shooter
$500 Question from Mixture DOUBLE JEOPARDY Force payment imposed by the Indians
$500 Answer from Mixture Toll
Final Jeopardy Shared name for an athletic team in Dallas and an unbranded calf.
Final Jeopardy Answer Maverick
The Cowboy. Bringing the Cattle to North America Cattle and Horses came from Spain on Columbus’ second voyage in Map of Columbus’ second voyage.
I can identify significant individuals, events, and issues of the development of the cattle industry and the cattle trails.
Cowboys Chapter 5, section 1 con’t. What kind of cow? Texas longhorns.
Rise of the Cattle Drive. Background: When the Spanish settled Mexico and Texas, they brought a tough breed of cattle with them called the Long.
HOW DID CATTLE FLOURISH ON THE PLAINS? VAQUEROS & COWBOYS (COWHANDS) MEXICAN VAQUERO LONGHORNS: History of the cowboy video.
Cattle Kingdoms : Sec. 2. Cattle Texas Longhorns resulted from Spanish cows bred with Anglo cows. Spanish vaqueros (cowboys) used a lariat to round.
The Cattle Kingdom. Longhorns Brought by Spaniards in 1500’s Brought by Spaniards in 1500’s Horns may be 6 ft. wide Horns may be 6 ft. wide Run fast Run.
We’re here! Who originally brought cattle to Texas?
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Team 4Team 5 Team 6 Team 1Team 2Team 3 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Round 1.
Guided Reading Activity Answers
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The rise of the Cattle Business Before the Civil War millions of longhorn in Texas sold for $4 each raised for leather or tallow (fat) to make.
Cattle. Cattle Math You are a rancher in Texas and your currently have 300 head of cattle. The going rate for cattle in Texas is $4 a head. You hear that.
Cattle Ch 17. Cattle ranching really grew in the late 1800s.
As the buffalo disappeared and Native Americans were forced onto reservations, horses and cattle thrived. Cattle ranching became big business all.
Create a cattle rancher brand and explain its significance.
Chapter 7, Lesson 3: Cattle Ranchers
Expansion of Trail Driving ( ) Reason for Cattle Drives 1.After the Civil War, demand for beef grew. 2.Texas had an abundance of cattle. 3.Prices.
Era of Economic Development Who originally brought cattle to Texas?
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