How Did The Texas Rangers Gain Their Fame?: Question Preview (ID: 18508)


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What is the main idea of paragraphs 2 and 3?
a) Texas Rangers had different tasks during the early days of colonization b) Texas Rangers fought against native tribes. c) Major John B. Jones successfully led the frontier battalion d) Two different Texas Ranger groups tried to form a Texas State Police Force
The reader can infer from the selection that the
a) Texas Rangers fought and won all battles against Native tribes. b) Texas Rangers were a volunteer group that protected the citizens of Texas c) Sheriffs were a welcomed replacement for the Texas Rangers. d) Texas State Police were more effective law enforcement than the Texas Rangers
From the selection, one could conclude that
a) Texas Rangers is an honored group of law enforcement today. b) Texas Rangers were helpful in maintaining the peace in Texas c) Texas Rangers were violent but somewhat effective d) Texas Rangers abused their powers
In this article, the author organized his views by
a) describing hot the Texas Rangers were formed. b) explaining historical accounts about the Texas Rangers. c) Comparing the Texas Rangers' reputation then and now. d) Expressing the advantages of having Texas Rangers.
The reader can infer that the outlaws wanted their pictures taken because they
a) wanted them published in the newspaper b) would share them with friends and family c) were talked into sitting for the photos d) were very vain and foolish
Which of the following is the main idea of this selection?
a) Texas RAngers abused their privileges as peace officers and took picture of wanted criminals. b) Texas Rangers enforced the law by using brutal force and unconventional methods. c) Texas Rangers upheld the law in Texas using unique methods before they were police officers and sheriffs. d) Texas Rangers provide specialized law enforcement services and have an outstanding reputation for upholding the law.
What is the main idea of paragraph 6?
a) Texas Rangers traveled by train rather than horseback. b) Texas mayors were very confident in their job. c) The telegraph was important in frontier communications. d) One Texas Ranger was sent to stop a town riot.
In paragraph 2, the word reorganized means
a) collected before b) process of engagment c) assembled again d) returned to government
In paragraph 2, the word defended means
a) established b) conquered c) forced d) protected
What is the main idea of paragraphs 2 and 3?
a) Texas Rangers had different tasks during the early days of colonization. b) Texas Rangers fought against native tribes and outlaws. c) Major John B. Jones successfully led the frontier battallion. d) Two different Texas Ranger groups tried to form a Texas State Police Force.
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