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Fall semester review

Fall Semester Review

2009


Please select a team

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Please select a Team.

  • Football

  • Volleyball

  • Basketball

  • Tennis

  • Chess

  • Swimming

  • Dancing

  • Soccer

  • Track


The purpose of the catholic missions in texas was to

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The purpose of the Catholic Missions in Texas was to--

  • Christianize Native people and secure its claim to Texas

  • Defeat the Comanche and remove all natives

  • Develop market places and populate Texas

  • Force the French from Texas and colonize along the coast


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The Texas Constitution of 1845 included an executive, judicial, and legislative branch. This reflects the government principle of--

  • Popular Sovereignty

  • Individual Rights

  • Federalism

  • Separation of Powers


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The victory at san jacinto was significant because

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The victory at San Jacinto was significant because--

  • Sam Houston was permanently wounded in the leg

  • Texas became independent form Mexican rule

  • Santa Anna easily surrendered to the Texas army

  • It was considered the longest fought battle in history


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What is Sam Houston’s point of view about how Native Americans living in Texas should be treated? Houston supported a policy of--

  • Fairness and goodwill

  • War and conflict

  • Loyalty and protection

  • Trade and action


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Why did most texans want to be annexed by the united states most texans felt that the

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Why did most Texans want to be annexed by the United States? Most Texans felt that the-

  • U.S. would not tax them as heavily

  • Republic would never be able to survive

  • State leaders in power were too weak

  • U.S. could solve the problems facing Texas


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Texas statehood treaty of guadalupe hidalgo compromise of 1850 what came after statehood

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Texas Statehood, ??? , Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Compromise of 1850.What came after statehood?

  • Republic of Texas

  • Texas Revolution

  • Mier Expedition

  • Mexican War


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Texas colonists supported the mexican constitution of 1824 because it

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Texas colonists supported the Mexican Constitution of 1824 because it--

  • Allowed little to no local control by Texans

  • Supported a government ruled by one

  • Forced the colonists to speak Spanish

  • Provided for a representative government


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Because cotton and wool were hard to purchase in early spanish texas many colonists wore

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Because cotton and wool were hard to purchase in early Spanish Texas, many colonists wore--

  • Buckskin (leather made from deer)

  • Beaver coats

  • Linen pantaloons

  • Ponchos


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Most texas settlers supported a states right constitution for mexico because it

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Most Texas settlers supported a states’ right constitution for Mexico because it--

  • Gave Mexicans the right to vote

  • Provided for more local control

  • Established the border of Texas as the Rio Grande

  • Appointed Stephen F. Austin as governor


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Since reconstruction the population of texas has

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Since Reconstruction, the population of Texas has-

  • Decreased in number every decade

  • Had a rapid increase since the 1970s

  • Slightly increased in the 20th century

  • Grown to over 26 million people


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Why would people in the 19 th century want to settle in texas

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Why would people in the 19th century want to settle in Texas?

  • Texas could provide many economic opportunities.

  • People wanted to be a part of the Mexican culture.

  • There was an economic panic in the United States.

  • Mexico had a more stable government than the U.S.


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Which major city in texas today is located in the area known as austin s colony

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Which major city in Texas today is located in the area known as Austin’s Colony?

  • Houston

  • San Antonio

  • Austin

  • Dallas

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The year 1519 is significant in texas history because

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The year 1519 is significant in Texas history because-

  • Pineda mapped the coastal region of Texas

  • LaSalle and his men established a colony in Matagorda

  • Coronado found the Seven Cities of Gold

  • The San Antonio de Valero (Alamo) was established


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The two regions that are most similar are

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The two Regions that are most similar are--

  • Coastal Plains and Mountains & Basins

  • Great Plains and North Central Plains

  • Great Plains and Mountains & Basins

  • Mountains & Basins and North Central Plains


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Who was: a Convention of 1836 Delegate, Commander of the Texas Revolutionary Army, and a Texas Colonist?

  • Sam Houston

  • Stephen F. Austin

  • Juan Seguin

  • Mirabeau B. Lamar


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What important decision was made at the convention of 1836 on march 2nd

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What important decision was made at the Convention of 1836 on March 2nd?

  • The first battle of the Revolution was fought

  • The Alamo was destroyed by Santa Anna

  • Santa Anna recognized Texas as independent

  • Texas declared independence from Mexico


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How did the Law of April 6, 1830, the Turtle Bayou Resolutions, and the arrest of Stephen F. Austin lead to the Texas Revolution?

  • Texans demanded revolution because of their loyalty to Stephen F. Austin

  • Texans supported Mexico but they were becoming dissatisfied with the government

  • Cutting off ties to the United States encouraged Texans to declare independence from Mexico

  • Texans continued to be disappointed with Mexico and demanded revolution


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Stephen f austin was known as the father of texas he was given this title because

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Stephen F. Austin was known as the “Father of Texas”. He was given this title because--

  • Of his commitment to the settlement of Texas

  • Of his effort to gain annexation to the United States

  • He was the first President of the Republic of Texas

  • He was the first Anglo American to settle Texas


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The battle of the alamo is considered a turning point in the texas revolution because it

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The Battle of the Alamo is considered a turning point in the Texas Revolution because it--

  • Was the final battle of the Revolution

  • Led to the execution of Santa Anna

  • Inspired others to join the fight for Texas Independence

  • Encouraged the annexation of Texas to the United States


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How are the caddo and apache different from each other

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How are the Caddo and Apache different from each other?

  • The Caddo lived a much more nomadic life than the Apache

  • The Apache were experts in agriculture while the Caddo were warlike

  • The Apache were more dependent on the buffalo than the Caddo

  • The Caddo were considered to be cannibals while the Apache were not


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What is one way that the caddo and apache adapted to the environment they lived in

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What is one way that the Caddo and Apache adapted to the environment they lived in?

  • They used the natural resources of the area to build their homes

  • Both tribes lived within canyon walls for protection

  • They traded items that were made from buffalo hide

  • Both tribes used animals to sacrifice during religious ceremonies


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A physical geographic factor that supported the economy of those who colonized texas was

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A physical geographic factor that supported the economy of those who colonized Texas was--

  • Deep canyons that were located in Central Texas

  • The El Camino Real which connected colonies

  • Rivers that provided irrigation for agriculture

  • A tropical climate that provided heavy rainfall


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Problems of the Republic of Texas included: Mexico did not recognize Texas as independent, No Army, Financial Problems, and ???

  • No public Education System

  • Tension with Native Americans

  • Death of Stephen F. Austin

  • Too Much Land to Maintain


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Which major era of Texas History would best describe this information: Old Three Hundred, Stephen F. Austin, Empresarios, Cheap Land, Catholicism, Coahuila y Tejas?

  • European Exploration

  • Anglo Colonization

  • Texas Revolution

  • Texas Republic


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1845 = Texas becomes the 28th state of the U.S., ???, 1846 = The U.S. declares war on Mexico.Which statement best explains how the Mexican War affected Texas?

  • Financial dealings between Texas and Mexico still existed.

  • Tensions still existed between Texas and Mexican leaders.

  • Mexico did not support the institution of slavery.

  • The southern border of Texas was never settle.


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The Spanish impacted the Texas culture in a way that still affects us today. What is one way they influenced Texas geographically?

  • Many cities in Texas were named by Spanish explorers

  • Spanish is the official language of the state of Texas

  • Spanish holidays are still central to the Texas heritage

  • The boundary of Texas was determined by the Spanish.


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The texas declaration of independence state the

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The Texas Declaration of Independence state the--

  • Causes for annexation by Texas to the U.S.

  • Hardships of establishing Catholic churches in Texas

  • Damages that war would cause between Texas and Mexico

  • Grievances against Mexico that would lead to Revolution


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The event that guaranteed texas was a part of the u s was the

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The event that guaranteed Texas was a part of the U.S. was the--

  • Election of the U.S. President James K. Polk

  • Signing of the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo

  • Approval of the Texas Constitution by the U.S.

  • The declaration of war by the U.S. on Mexico


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Settlement in texas was

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Settlement in Texas was--

  • An agriculture based economy

  • Influenced by American ideas

  • Occurred throughout west Texas

  • Beneficial for Native Americans


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In his travels throughout texas cabeza de vaca observed for the first time

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In his travels throughout Texas, Cabeza de Vaca observed for the first time--

  • Wild horses

  • Buffalos

  • Large deer

  • Longhorns


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The principle of government in the texas constitution that is reflected by the information below is

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The principle of government in the Texas Constitution that is reflected by the information below is--

  • Separation of powers

  • Checks and balances

  • Individual rights

  • Popular sovereignty

Texas 1845 Governor’s Election

James P. Henderson 7,853

James B. Miller 1,673

Scattering 52________________

Total vote 9,578


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