Given over Spain ceded Florida to the United States in the Adams-Onis treaty of 1819. Spain received all rights to Texas.
Rights of citizenship belonging to all citizens
Settlers of a new country that are governed by their home country Stephen F. Austin brought the first settlers from the United States to live in Texas under the Mexican flag. They were known as the Old Three Hundred.
Agreement in which each side gives up something it wants in order to reach a settlement Henry Clay Compromise of 1850 The United States pays Texas ten million for giving up land to New Mexico. Texas receives their western boundary.
Spanish soldiers who led the invasion and exploration of the Americas in the 1500’s Hernando Cortes conquers the Aztecs. Spain now has their land in North America called New Spain. The capitol is Mexico City.
Written plan of government 1824 1827 1836 1845 1861 1866 1869 1876 The United States first constitution Was called the Articles of Confederation. This plan of government gave more power to the states than to the Central Government. Texas Constitutions
Products for personal use, such as automobiles, refrigerators, and radios
The earth’s seven major landmasses North America South America Europe Asia Africa Australia Antarctica
Nations of the world, divisions of continents Spain France Mexico Republic United States Confederate
Ways of life, marked by distinct customs and traditions Plains Southeastern Western Gulf Pueblo
Government whose leaders and lawmakers are elected by the people
Persons who represent a country in foreign affairs
Severe slowdown in the economy Moses Austin Moses Austin lost his money in the Financial panic of 1819. He decided to become an empresario. He died of pneumonia so his son Stephen carried out his dream of settling Texas.
Freeing, usually of enslaved peoples General Gordon Granger June 19 th 1865 General Granger landed at Galveston and issued a proclamation freeing the slaves in Texas.
Natural surroundings Your environment can affect you economically, physically, politically, Socially, and culturally.
Branch of government that carries out the laws and is headed by the president or governor
Group of people who share a viewpoint on an issue At the consultation or convention the War faction headed by Stephen Austin wanted to declare independence from Mexico. The Peace faction headed by Sam Houston wanted to stay part of Mexico but remove the dictator Santa Anna.
Government of the United States The United States government Is made up of three branches. They are the Executive, Judicial, And Legislative branch.
Person who come to a country to settle Stephen F. Austin Stephen Austin is called the Father of Texas for bringing the first settlers from the United States to live in Texas under Mexican rule. He chose the area between the Brazos and Colorado for his settlement.
Group of people organized to promote and defend common interest and goals of it’s members
Organized groups representing people with similar views about government Democrats Whigs Know-Nothing American Republican
Period of time when no written records of human experience were kept Paleo Archaic Formative or Neo American
Process of bringing the Confederate states back into the United States after the Civil War The Union defeated the eleven Confederate states in the American Civil War. A Civil War is a war in which a country fights against themselves
Overthrow of a government 1.Economic 2.Political 3.Physical 4.Cultural The Treaty of Velasco signed at the end of the Texas revolution created the Republic of Texas. Texas would be a country from 1836-1845.
Geographic area that is somehow different from others near it Mountains and Basins Great Plains North Central Plains Gulf Coastal Plains
Form of government in which voters elect representatives to carry out the wishes of the majority 1836-1845
View that if a state did not agree with a federal law, it could choose not to obey or enforce it
people who wanted to abolish slavery term of office addition that changes a part of a constitution the process of a territory or country being added to another country budget in which revenue is equal to expenditures
composed of two houses or chambers group of advisers given over rights of citizenship belonging to all citizens settlers of a new country that is governed by their home country
agreement in which each side gives up something it wants in order to reach a settlement Spanish soldiers who led the invasion and exploration of the Americas in the 1500s written plan of government products for personal use, such as automobiles, refrigerators, and radios the earth’s seven major landmasses
nations of the world, divisions of continents ways of life marked by distinct customs and traditions government whose leaders and lawmakers are elected by the people person who represents a country in foreign affairs severe slowdown in the economy
freeing, usually of enslaved peoples natural surroundings branch of government that carries out the laws and is headed by the president or governor group of people who share a viewpoint on an issue government of the United States
dealings with other countries persons who come into a country to settle group of people organized to promote and defend common interests and goals of its members branch of government that is the court system branch of government that makes the laws
a large enough share of a business or industry to control prices the vegetation, wildlife, water, minerals, and soil of a place not belonging to either side in a dispute organized groups representing people with similar views about government period of time when no written records of human experiences were kept
process of bringing the Confederate states back into the United States after the Civil War overthrow of a government geographic area that is somehow different from others near it form of government in which voters elect representatives to carry out the wishes of the majority view that if a state did not agree with a federal law, it could choose not to obey or enforce it