TX History Help Please

posted by Lucas

Why did many Texans become concerned after Abraham Lincoln was elected president?

a.They were afraid Sam Houston would start a revolution

b.They were afraid slavery would be abolished

c.They were afraid taxes would increase.

d.They were afraid the South would decide to secede

  1. Ms. Sue

    Two of them could possibly be right. Check your text to see which one is real.

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