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How does the climate affect economic development in West Texas?
a) The region is too dry to support farming so ranching became more prominent. b) Constant threats of large thunderstorms make it difficult to farm in this area. c) The arid humid conditions made the region perfect for establishing cotton farms. d) Hurricanes damaged farms and railroads built in the area so few businesses located there.
What was the first Cattle Trail?
a) Goodnight Loving Trail b) Shawnee c) Western d) Chisholm
What was the major cash crop of Texas
a) corn b) cotton c) wheat d) squash
The range wars of the late 1800s in Texas were caused by —
a) sharecroppers claiming public lands b) ranchers fencing land with barbed wire and farmers fencing in water access c) immigrants moving onto lands in West Texas d) railroad companies building on American Indian lands
What were Cowboys most afraid of on a cattle drive?
a) possible stampedes b) Indian raids c) outlaws d) river crossings
What culture immigrated to Texas the most during 1880 and 1900.
a) Indians b) African-American c) Mexicans d) Germans
In which region of Texas was most of the cotton industry located?
a) Panhandle b) East Texas c) Coastal Plains d) Mountains and Basins
One way that Governor James Hogg worked to protect Texans from unfair business practice was by —
a) prosecuting corrupt leaders in the oil industry b) working to bring an end to the range wars in West Texas c) signing legislation that established the Attorney General’s office d) supporting the creation of the Texas Railroad Commission
What invention ended the Wild West?
a) Barbed Wire b) Colt Peacemaker c) Steam Engine d) Oil
Which means of transportation did NOT contribute to the urbanization of Texas in the late 1800s?
a) automobiles b) horses c) railroads d) steamboats
Barbed ended the need for what job
a) drovers on a cattle drive b) Indian hunters c) Coal mining d) Blacksmiths
Which of the following helped the ranching industry in Texas?
a) Farming b) Trade c) Wagon d) Railroad
How did the end of the Civil War affect the cattle industry?
a) Much of the land used for grazing was destroyed in the war. b) The demand for beef in the East brought rapid growth to the industry. c) Farmers had to move west and take land needed for grazing. d) The loss in the Confederacy brought many cowboys to the cattle industry.
Between 1880 and 1900 people immigrated to Texas because of cheap land and ___________________?
a) Increased investment in schools b) Building a fort in West Texas c) Demand for beef in eastern states d) Introduction of new cattle breeds
Which of the following is not true about Quanah Parker
a) Last Chief of the Comanche b) Son of a captured white woman c) Assimilated to white culture d) Spent his entire life rejecting white culture
Cattle drives and the Indian Wars occurred during what time period in Texas History
a) 1700-1770 b) 1800-1860 c) 1860-1900 d) 1900-1942
During the years 1880 and 1900 what drastically changed the life of the American Indians
a) Tribes were removed to reservations. b) Tribes switched to farming after the buffalo herds disappeared. c) Many tribes experienced drought and famine. d) Many tribes moved westward to find buffalo.
What is a Buffalo Soldiers?
a) African-American who fought against Native Americans b) African-American rancher c) Indian Trader d) African- American tenant farmer
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