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Unit 4, Chapter 8, Lesson 1-3 Summary
|the farthest part of a settled country
|the money that a person or business has left over after all the costs are paid
|an economic system that lets people decide what to make, sell, and buy
|soldiers who fight battles while riding on horses
|a large farm that grew crops to sell
|a farmer who pays part of the crops he or she grows to a landowner
|to break away from
|In the year _______, the U.S. paid Texas $10 million to give up parts of present-day New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
|1. The first Texas _____ was held in the city of Dallas in 1886.
|A writer named _____ wrote about Texas in 1855.
|Frederick Law Olmsted
|The parts of a country closest to lands that have not been settled yet are called _______.
|In a free enterprise system, the consumers are the people or businesses who buy the goods that are made and sold by the _____.
|6. Conflicts arose between new settlers and ________ when new settlers drove off or killed buffalo and other animals.
|The people who buy are called the ____
|The people that sell are called the ___
|Producers are people that ____
|sell goods they make
|The consumers are the people that ____
|buy the goods or stuff
|1. The Civil War ended when ______ surrendered to Ulysses S.
|Robert E. Lee
|On June 19, 1865, Union general _______announced that all enslaved Texans were free.
|On the nineteenth of June, many African American families celebrate a holiday that many call .
|An African American leader who was elected to the Texas Senate in 1869 was named ________.
|In 1870, the United States flag once again flew over the capitol building in ______
|Austin, the Capital of Texas.
|Many Anglo Americans felt that Governor _____ spent too much state money and was too eager to help African Americans.
|________ was a period of rebuilding that lasted more than ten years.
|The first state to _____ or break away, from the nation was South Carolina.
|Most Southerners believed states should have the power to _____, or cancel, national laws they did not like.
|Ships carrying goods that people needed could not get through the Union _______.
|A _____ paid part of the crops he or she grew to the landowner.
|Some Texans loved to ride horses, so they joined ______ units.
|There was a great demand for cotton, and ______ owners grew rich.
|Business in Texas enjoys a ______ system, where producers and consumers have the right to make choices.
|Once the cost of making and selling a product are paid, a producer hopes to make a ______ .
|Many enslaved African Americans worked in the fields on a ____________.
|The region was not completely settled, so some Anglo Americans still saw Texas as the ________.