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Social Studies #1

1st semester Final study tool. Texas History

Who was Jack Coffee Hays? A captain in the Texas Rangers.
Who was Edwin W. Moore? A Navy Officer.
Who was Sam Houston? 1. First President of the R. O. T. 2. Secured Texas freedom. 3. HTX named after him.
Who was Henry Clay? 1. Lawyer 2. Rep. of Kentucky in Senate. 3. Rep. of Kentucky in House of Rep.
Who was Mirabeau Lamar? 2nd pres. of Rep. of Texas.
Who was James K. Polk? 11th president of the US.
Who was James Pinckney Henderson? The first governor of the state of Texas.
What are mesas? An isolated flat-steeped hills with steep-sides.
What are buttes? An isolated hill with steep sides and a flat top.
What are the characteristics of the North Central Plains? There is lower elevation here with many rolling hills. This area is very spread out, there are few to no major cities here.
Created by: atigner316