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GeographyPhysical Geography Human GeographyTrend ClimateCensus
DroughtPrecipitation Reservoir North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) LandformRelative Location
Absolute LocationPlace Physical Environment Human-Environment Relations MovementMigration
RegionCoastal Plains Great PlainsMountains and Basins North Central PlainsLatitude
LongitudeParallel MeridianDegree MinuteHemisphere
EquatorPrime Meridian Tropic of CancerTropic of Capricorn Arctic CircleAntarctic Circle
SolsticeScale CartographerProjection Mercator ProjectionGeneral Purpose Map
Special Purpose MapPhysical Map Political MapTopography Physical-Political MapLegend
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Canadian RiverRed River Sabine RiverNeches River Trinity RiverBrazos River
Colorado RiverGuadalupe River San Antonio RiverFrio River Nueces RiverPecos River
Roy BedichekSubregion EscarpmentGrowing Season AquiferSteppe
Piney WoodsPost Oak Belt Blackland PrairieGulf Coastal Plain South Texas PlainGrand Prairie
Cross TimbersRolling Plains High PlainsEdwards Aquifer CensusFossil Fuels
Metropolitan AreaSuburb IndustryPer Capita Income HeritageH. Ross Perot
PrehistoricCulture Paleo-Indian PeriodExtinction Archaic PeriodLate Prehistoric Period
CivilizationMesoamerica Social StructureCoahuiltecans KarankawasNomad
CaddoesAtakapans Alabama-CoushattasApaches Lipan ApachesComanches
KiowasTonkawas WichitasJumanos TiguasAdobe
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HispaniolaConquistador Alonzo Álvarez de PiñedaHernán Cortés CommissionPánfilo de Narváez
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Hernando de Soto Luis de Moscoso de Alvarado MissionaryMission Corpus Christi de la YsletaSeven Cities of Cíbola
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Jane LongCede NacogdochesMoses Austin PetitionStephen F. Austin
Land TitleSan Felipe de Austin Green DeWittErasmo Seguin San Antonio De BéxarEl Camino Real
Stephen F. AustinMartín de León Mary Austin Holley“Gone To Texas” (GTT) EmigrateMilitia
Constitution of 1824States’ Rights NationalistHaden Edwards Fredonian RebellionManuel Mier y Terán
Law of April 6, 1830Provision Customs DutyFredonia AnahuacWilliam Barret Travis
Antonio López de Santa Anna Allegiance CentralistJohn Davis Bradburn Turtle Bayou ResolutionsResolution
Battle of VelascoDelegate Convention of 1832Convention of 1833 Martín Perfecto de CosWar Party
Peace PartyFaction The Army of the PeopleThe Consultation SiegeProvisional Government
Battle of San Antonio“Come and Take It” The Old 300Erastus “Deaf” Smith Battle of GonzalesRefugio
Fredonian RebellionJames Clinton Neill James Walker FanninDavid Crockett José UrreaGreen B. Jamison
James BowieBattle of the Alamo GarrisonBombard ReconnaissanceBattle of Coleto
GoliadSam Houston Runaway ScrapeBattle of San Jacinto SkirmishCavalry
Angel of GoliadJuan Seguín Convention of 1836George Childress Ad interimLorenzo de Zavala
Treaties of VelascoAnnexation CabinetJohn Allen Augustus AllenHouston
RevenuePromissory Note Felix HustonMirabeau B. Lamar Election of 1838Council House Fight
Battle of Plum CreekPublic Education System Santa Fe ExpeditionAustin RedbacksPublic Debt
Chief BowlesEdwin Moore Mier ExpeditionArchive War ArchivesAnson Jones
Joint ResolutionRegulator-Moderator War Thomas J. RuskLegislature Constitution of 1845Executive Branch
Legislative BranchJudicial Branch GovernorLieutenant Governor James P. HendersonJosé Antonio Navarro
James Pinkney HendersonManifest Destiny John SlidellZachary Taylor Mariano AristaWar with Mexico
Winfield Scott Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Mexican CessionCession James K. PolkNew Mexico
George WoodAbolitionist Fugitive Slave LawHenry Clay Compromise of 1850Millard Fillmore
Stephen A. DouglasCash Crop GalvestonSan Antonio HoustonTextile
Richard KingMifflin Kenedy Elisha M. PeaseJuan Cortina John O. MeusebachFamine
Henri CastroIndian Removal “Wedges of Separation”Secede William GoyensKansas-Nebraska Act
Know Nothing PartyHardin R. Runnels The Slave TradeRepublican Party TariffDemocratic Party
OrdinanceAbraham Lincoln Edward ClarkFrancis R. Lubbock Fort SumterHood’s Texas Brigade
DraftJohn B. Magruder BlockadeBattle at Sabine Pass Richard DowlingBattle at Palmito Ranch
ConfederacyPeace Party VigilanteRobert E. Lee Edmund Kirby SmithSophia Porter
ReconstructionEmancipation Proclamation Gordon GrangerFreeman Freedman’s BureauAndrew Johnson
James W. ThrockmortonThirteenth Amendment Civil RightsConstitution of 1866 Black CodesRadical Republicans
VetoJuneteenth Fourteenth AmendmentReconstruction Act DistrictConstitution of 1869
Edmund J. DavisGeorge T. Ruby Ku Klux KlanMartial Law RedeemersObnoxious Acts
Richard CokeConstitution of 1876 CompanyFrontier Regiment Cynthia Ann ParkerQuanah Parker
First Battle of Adobe Walls Treaty of Medicine Lodge Creek SatantaBuffalo Hunter Buffalo SoldierQuaker Peace Policy
Lawrie TatumWilliam Tecumseh Sherman Salt CreekParole Texas RangersRed River War
Second Battle of Adobe Walls José de Escandón BrandLonghorn James Taylor WhiteCattle Drive
Texas FeverStockyard PackinghouseCow Town Abilene, KSChisholm Trail
Western TrailGoodnight-Loving Trail RoundupWrangler Chuck WagonKing Ranch
Charles GoodnightXIT Ranch RustlerJoseph F. Glidden Open-Range RanchingBarbed Wire
WindmillsBill Pickett BondCredit Commercial FarmingSubsistence Farming
BarterTenant Farming SharecropperLandlord MortgageCycle of Poverty
CommercePanic of 1873 James S. HoggRobert Munger Cotton GinManufacturing
Boll WeevilBy-Product Fort WorthTranscontinental Railroad Big Thicket National Preserve John Henry Kirby
Company TownScrip Fossil FuelStrip Mining QuarryWage Earner
Labor UnionKnights of Labor StrikeJay Gould Texas Federation of LaborPetroleum
ReservePatillo Higgins Spindletop HillGeologist Gladys City OilAnthony Lucas
LeaseDerrick BoomNatural Gas BoomtownRefinery
Humble Oil and Refining Company Wildcatter Oil StrikeColumbus M. “Dad” Joiner Hot OilPetrochemical
Synthetic RubberToxic Waste Federal Aid Road ActAmon Carter Museum ReformPoll Tax
ProhibitionTemperance Eighteenth AmendmentSuffrage Texas Equal Suffrage Association Primary
Nineteenth AmendmentThe Grange TrustMonopoly AntitrustFarmers’ Alliance
Texas Railroad CommissionPopulism People’s PartyGraduated Income Tax ProgressivismCommission
BlacklistJames E. Ferguson ImpeachJim Crow Laws SegregateGalveston Storm of 1900
AllyCentral Powers Mexican Revolution of 1910Francisco “Pancho” Villa Zimmerman TelegramApril 1917
War BondPatriotism The Great WarNovember 11, 1918 Consumer GoodsOil Industry
MercantileMargie Neal LobbyPetticoat Lobby IntoleranceMiriam A. “Ma” Ferguson
Bessie ColemanStock StockholderSpeculate CrashBlack Tuesday
The Great DepressionHerbert Hoover Unemployment RateDust Bowl John Nance GarnerFranklin Delano Roosevelt
The New DealSam Rayburn WPANYA CCCAAA
James AllredCentennial Bob WillsDoris Miller Dwight D. EisenhowerValor
Chester W. NimitzOveta Culp Hobby Congressional Medal of Honor Audie Murphy Internment CampsHomefront
CapitalAgribusiness Dr. Michael DeBakeyManned Spacecraft Center Walter Cunningham National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
James L. Farmer, Jr.Baby Boom Gilmer-Aiken BillsHéctor P. Garcia Civil Rights Act of 1964Suburbs
Voting Rights Act of 1965Conservative LiberalTaft-Hartley Act Closed ShopDesegregation
Brown v. Board of Education Tidelands Controversy Lyndon B. JohnsonThe Great Society The Korean WarThe Vietnam War
Roy BenavidezJohn Connally IndictedPhil Gramm George BushHouse Bill 72
Teacher Certification“No Pass – No Play” Special SessionAnn Richards George W. BushSchool Desegregation
ActivistHeman Sweatt Barbara JordanImpeachment Resolutions Sarah HughesKay Bailey Hutchison
Immigration Reform and Control Act Amnesty MaquiladorasColonias Bilingual Education“Robin Hood” Plan
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) Oil Crash Savings and Loan Association High-Tech Industries TourismMichael Dell
HemisFair ’68Constitution Community PropertyBicameral Three Branches of Government Legislative Branch
Executive BranchJudicial Branch Checks and BalancesFederalism HomesteadJoanna Troutman
U.S. ConstitutionCongress Balanced BudgetDeficit AmendmentBill of Rights
Equal RightsRule by the People Popular SovereigntyCivil Law Criminal LawRedistricting
MunicipalJustice of the Peace MisdemeanorAppeal FelonyState Supreme Court
Court of Criminal AppealsPrecinct County CommissionerSheriff AuditorConstable
Special DistrictTrustee County SeatIncorporate ZoningHome-Rule City
General-Law CityMayor-Council Government Council-Manager Government Commission Government Strong MayorWeak Mayor
“Motor Voter Law”Poll Tax LobbyingSpecial Interest Group JuryVolunteer
PlatformAffirmative Action John TowerLyndon Baines Johnson 2000 Presidential ElectionQuota
National Origins Act of 1924Immigration Act of 1965 Cultural Diversity North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ExportLaredo
World Trade BridgeImport Metropolitan AreasEconomic Base SmelterHenry G. Cisneros
Light-Rail SystemNonrenewable Resources Renewable ResourcesRegulate DeregulateGlobal Warming
Poverty LevelPer Capita Income Charter SchoolTAKS Test School VoucherInformation Revolution
GlobalizationUniversity of Texas System Texas A & M University System Distance Education Walter R. CunninghamBoom and Bust Cycle
Name of Era Approximate Dates Major Characters (at least 5)
German settlers clashed with other Texans over the issue of A. empressario contracts. B. Land prices. C. slavery. D. town boundaries.
NAME DATE Madden/McCurley-DMS 2015 The Unit Organizer BIGGER PICTURE LAST UNIT CURRENT UNIT NEXT UNIT UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS UNIT RELATIONSHIPS Unit.
7 th Grade Fall Semester Exam Review Quilt Puzzle Review.
Immigration, Expansion and Sectional Conflict,
Causes of Texas Revolution. Fredonian Rebellion Led by Edwards brothers in 1826 Claimed area in Nacogdoches was no longer under Mexican control Stephen.
History of Texas, 4e © 2007, Harlan Davidson, Inc. 1 Instructor E-Sources PowerPoint™ Presentation Chapter 3 Mexican Texas, The History of Texas.
FINAL EXAM Spring Semester TEXAS HISTORY. Important People Sam Houston: Commander of the entire regular Texas army Santa Anna: Commanding general of Mexican.
Start The Game. Wordy Words Meeting Adjourned Party! It’s All About The Details People, People Cause & Effect Winning team goes to the Lightning Round.
Review Republic and Statehood Texas Revolution Treaty of Velasco Presidents of the Republic of Texas Political Parties Election of 1844 Annexation of Texas.
A series of clues will pop up on the screen Which ever team holds up their card first with the correct answer gets a point Most points at the end of the.
Unit 6. The first president of the Republic of Texas Sam Houston.
The United States and Mexico at War Chapter 12 Section 2 & 3.
Texas History Chapters 13 and 14. Population Growth Between the Battle of San Jacinto and annexation, the Texas population tripled. Abandoned homes.
Mexican Independence/Texas Filibusters Filibusters, Mexican Federal Constitution of 1824 & Slavery.
Texas Revolution. Battle of Gonzales 1 st battle of Rev. Fought over a cannon; Flag The Texans won.
SEMESTER REVIEW Year that Texas seceded from the Union.
From a Republic to a State In 1836, most Texans had wanted to become a state. 10 years later-28 th state Resolution signed March 1, 1845 Texas could be.
European Exploration European Exploration Chapter 5.
Texas History. 140 million B.C. Big Bend and Edwards Plateau created from limestone 65 million B.C. Earthquakes and volcanoes formed Coastal Plains.
US I Major Topics & Themes of the Course The expansion of liberty & reform.
The United States and Mexico at War Chapter 12. The 28 th State Mexico still refused to accept the Treaties of Velasco The United States accepted Texas’s.
Actions Leading to Rebellion. Fredonian Rebellion Significant Individuals Goal of ActionComplaints or Problems Impact on Revolution Haden EdwardsMake.
End of Year Review. Geography (Chapter 2) 4 Regions of TX: Coastal Plains – most populated; most water resources North Central Plains Great Plains Mountains.
Revolutionary Era Fall of the Alamo Battle of San Jacinto Goliad Massacre Battle of Gonzales D, A, C, D.
The Civil War Chapter 14 A Divided Nation North n Slavery –Many abolitionists wanted to end slavery n Tariff –Supported a higher tariff n States’ Rights.
America’s “Manifest Destiny” John O’Sullivan The Great Experiment in Liberty!
ABC’S of the Texas Revolution. Objective Objective: Objective: To identify, explain, and illustrate the people and places involved in the Texas Revolution.
Manifest Destiny By Axel Contreras. Oregon Country Where is it? Huge area of land between pacific ocean and rocky mountains States that it came from.
Texas Becomes a State Ch. 12 Section 4. Chapter 12.4 Texas Becomes a State I. The Texas Question A. Annexation an issue during Houston’s second term as.
Coastal Plains North Central Plains Great Plains Mountains and Basins The Four Regions of Texas.
Revolution and Republic Important Dates Law of April 6, 1830.
SPAIN Sailing from a base in Jamaica, Alonso Alvarez de Pineda, a Spanish adventurer, was the first known European to explore and map.
Chapter 14 Mexican - American War. Section 1. The Young State I.The New State Government: Based on state constitution like Louisiana a.Governor – 2 year.
Texas Enters the Modern Era Industries Grow Petroleum: Aircraft and auto industries grew after world wars More people moved into the state.
Chapter 6 sections 1-5 Steps Toward Revolution:
Problems Regarding State Formation in the aftermath of Mexico’s Independence Racial differences Finances Political Inexperience
2 nd 6 Weeks Review. Why did Sam Houston give an inspiring speech to his troops the night before a battle? To encourage them in battle even those they.
Spanish Settlement St. Augustine 1565 California 1769 Spanish empire claimed half the world Spanish officials did what they could to isolate Spain’s North.
Texas Fight for Independence 1836 Battle at the Alamo Massacre at Goliad Battle at San Jacinto.
After The Alamo Texas Road to Statehood. Final Battle-Victory at San Jacinto Sam Houston’s deaf courier Erastus Seguin captured Santa Anna’s courier.
January 21, The United States provoked a war with Mexico to settle the dispute over the Texas border. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which.
Texas and the Mexican-American War Chapter 9 Section 2.
Chapter 10 The Road to Revolution Settlers in East Texas get to keep land Fredonian Rebellion Haden Edwards (empresario with contract to settle 800 families.
Statehood for Texas LEGISLATURE A government body that has the power to make or pass laws.
Chapter 10. Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harriet Beecher Stowe Published in 1852 Sold millions of copies Simon Legree he was from the north and moved to the south,
GROWING TENSIONS Texas History, Ch s TEXAS SETTLEMENTS Resulted in major changes in trade Texas’ economy was closely tied to the economy of.
Texas Independence Day Quiz! Let’s see how ya’ll did!
Rising Tensions in Mexican Texas Causes of the Texas Revolution.
Settlers Protest at Anahuac 1 st serious conflict between Texans and Mexico because of the Law of April 6, 1830.
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