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Native Texans

Which tribe lived in the Great Plains Region? The Comanches
The Palo Duro Canyon is found in which region? The Great Plains Region.
What has happened to the U.S. population and American Indian population from 1890 to 1990? Although the U.S. population has increased slowly from 1890 to 1990, the American Indian population has increased rather quickly during that same time period.
Why is Natural Texas and Its People considered an era in Texas history? It is considered an era because it looks at both the geographic causes and historical effects on Texas history.
How are the Coahuiltecans and Karankawas alike? They are both nomadic tribes that live along the Gulf Coast.
The Caddo tribe lived in East Texas, but were located in the ________ Region where fishing was a major economic activity. Coastal Plain
What will you find as you travel from East Texas to West Texas? You start off in an area of low elevation and slowly move to an area of higher elevation.
Which region was occupied by the Jumanos? The Mountains and Basins Region
If the Kiowa tribe is associated with crafts, then the Jumanos are associated with _______. trade
Which river separates Texas from Mexico and flows from New Mexico (west of Texas) along the Texas border? The Rio Grande River
Which city is located in the Mountains and Basins Region? El Paso
What is the name of the state capital and what symbol is used to represent it? Austin, star
Which Texas city is located near the Gulf Coast? Houston
What is the best source of information out there when looking at the lifestyle of American Indians in early Texas? artifacts
When referring to the rivers and cities on pages 50 and 66, the cities have equal access to two very important things. What are they? water and transportation
Oklahoma is north of Texas. Which river separates Texas from Oklahoma? The Red River
Which river is a tributary that runs off the Rio Grande River and flows from New Mexico into the Mountains and Basins Region (West Texas)? The Pecos River
Which river flows from Northeast Texas into the Toledo Bend Reservoir between Texas and Louisiana? The Sabine River
Which city is located in the northeast part of Texas? Dallas
Many cities that exist today were once home to ______ _________ ______ in Texas. Native American tribes
How are the Kiowa and Apache similar? They were both nomadic tribes that depended on the buffalo.
True or False: American Indian groups in Texas were NOT very good at adapting and using their environment. False
True or False: Coastal Texas has more rivers than the Mountains and Basins Region. True
What makes the Great Plains and Gulf Coastal Plains similar? They both have plains.
What are the four regions of Texas called and where are they located? Mountains and Basins Region (West Texas), Great Plains Region (North to South Texas), North Central Plains Region (next to the Great Plains), and the Coastal Plains Region (where we are in East Texas).
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