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history test March

history test 3-5-14

ranchers who drove his cattle to New Orleans to sell the in markets there Taylor White
area where many Tejanos owned ranches rio garanda valley
free African American who owned a ranch in Montgomery County Robert Tompson
first steam boat in Texas rivers Ariel
type of economic activity to which most of the jobs in the republic towns were related agriculture
person who begin operation an steamboat on the lower Rio Grande in 1829 Henry Austin
an early Texas poet in the republic Mirabeau B. Lamar
organized religious groups with similar beliefs denominations
traveling preachers who typically served a region on the frontier circuit rider
schools in Texas that offered classes at the high school level academies
who was the largest group of immigrants to the republic of Texas from 1836 to 1847 United States
what caused free African Americans to get permission to live in Texas The constitution of 1836
Created by: brooklynn2014