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3rd 6 Weeks PRT S.S.

3rd Six Weeks PRT Review Social Studies 7th Grade

Sam Houston First President of Texas (Know his policies)
Mirabeau Lamar Father of Texas education and 2nd president of Texas
Mary Maverick First-hand witness of the Council House Fight
Anson Jones Third president of Texas who helped get Texas annexed into the United States
Chief Bowles Negotiated peace treaty with Sam Houston
David G. Burnet Interim President of Texas
Jack Coffee Hays Leader of Texas Rangers
William Goyens Helped negotiate a treaty between the Texans and Cherokee
Edwin W. Moore Commander of Texas Navy
Jose Antonio Navarro Only Hispanic delegate at the Convention of 1845
List the events that characterize the revolution and republic of Texas Texas Revolution: Battle of Gonzales, Siege of the Alamo, Battle of San Jacinto Republic of Texas: Houston and Lamar presidencies
List the events that describe conflicts between the republic of Texas and Mexico Cordova Rebellion, Santa Fe Rebellion, Battle of Salado Creek, Mier Expedition
Describe the relationship between Mirabeau Lamar and Sam Houston. Polar opposites in political views.
Describe why peace with Mexico was difficult under Sam Houston’s second term. Mexico invaded Texas twice and seized San Antonio.
Describe why East Texas was a problem during Sam Houston’s second term. Feuds between Regulators and Moderators.
Describe why Lamar was not in favor of the peace treaty with the Cherokee. He believed that they were inferior and the Texas government had no right to negotiate peace.
Describe why it was difficult for speculators to make a profit under Houston’s land policy. Land was easy to acquire.
Describe the significance of the Texas Rangers. Protected Texas from Native American attacks and Mexican invasion.
Compare and Contrast the Mexican, U.S., and Texas governments. Page 33 in your ISN
List the impacts annexation would have on Texas. It would strengthen the military and economy.
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