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Civil War Westward Expansion Barbed Wire Fence Railroads Ranches Farms Frontier Wars Texas History Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
Civil War for $100 Who was a slave who tried to win his freedom in the courts against Sandford ? Dred Scott
Civil War for $200 Southern troops rushed to defend what town of Virginia; the capital of the Confederacy? Richmond
Civil War for $300 In 1865 the federal government established the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, Known as the? Freedmen’s Bureau
Civil War for $400 Grant accepted Lee’s surrender at the Appomattox Court House in Virginia on April 9, of what year? 1865
Civil War for $500 Granger issued the decree on June 19, 1865 African Americans in Texas called this day what? Juneteenth
Frontier Wars for $100 The Armand buffalo Hunter nearly drove the animals into what position of life Extinction
Frontier wars for $200 Native Americans suffered through the winter of what two years? 1874 to 1875
Frontier Wars for $300 In 1817, the government ordered the Apaches onto a reservation in what state Arizona
Frontier Wars for $400 Many Indians died of diseases such as smallpox and_____? Cholera
Frontier Wars for $500 In 1811 soldiers arrived in Texas to enforce what policy? Reservation Policy
Railroads, Ranches& Farms for $100 By 1870 Texas hade 583 miles of what Railroad track
Railroads, Ranches& Farms for $200 Which crops increased in production after the Civil War and during Reconstruction? Cotton, Corn, & Wheat
Railroads, Ranches& Farms For $300 Texas had about how many miles of railroad track by the end of the Civil War ? 15,000 miles
Railroads, Ranches& Farms For $400 Most slaves work on plantations; where what was grown? Cotton
Railroads, Ranches& Farms $500 Most poor farm owners did or did not have slaves? Did not
Westward Expansion for $100 Most Texans who lived on the western frontier supported what; The Confederacy or The Union? The Union
Westward Expansion For $200 Why did most people Want to stretch westward To spread slavery
Westward Expansion For $300 Sam Houston was a supporter of the Union and was against what? Succession
Westward Expansion $400 Texas sold its land buy using who? Impresarios
Westward Expansion $500 Most people encouraged their slaves to have children because Children born from slaves become slaves
Barbed Wire Fence for $100 A married settler could easily acquire a homestead of 160 acres if he lived there for how long? 3 years
Barbed Wire Fence for$200 $20 million in estimated damages caused in what Fence cutting
Barbed Wire Fence for $300 In the 1870’s and 1880’s the open range was doing what? Disappearing
Barbed Wire for $400 In 1884, Texas passed a law making it a ___________ to cut a fence Felony
Barbed wire fence for $500 In what year Did Texas have only 583 miles of railroad track 1870
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