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History Final Unit 9

The end of the civil war affected cattle industry by the demand for beef brought... Rapid growth to the industry.
Factors that fostered westward expansion into Texas was... Removal of American Indians, Growth of Railroads, and land for farming and ranching
A change in lifestyle of American Indian Tribes after civil war was... Tribes were moved to reservations.
Development of ranching instead of farming in West Texas was primarily influenced by... Water resources
Son of an American woman captured by Comanches. Last chief of Comanches. Tribe roamed West Texas. Eventually assimilated into American culture and influenced other American Indians to do so. Quanah Parker
A nickname given to African American regiments of U.S. Army that helped to keep peace among American Indians in the west after civil war was... Buffalo Soldiers
A time span that cattle drives and wars with American Indians in Texas took place in... 1860-1900
Celebration that is recognition of Mexican-American teenage girls achieving maturity is a... QuinceaƱera
The group that adapted to environment with fewest modifications is the... American Indian tribes
These transportations contributed to urbanization of Texas in the late 1800s is... Horses, railroads, and steamboats
What is a water solution for delivering water to dry, arid land used today? Irrigation
Created by: jresclovon
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