Before the Civil War most cattle were not (1 point)
on the open range.
on South Texas ranches.*
slaughtered for their hides.
shipped to cities in the northeast.
6. After the Civil War, (1 point)
many plantations were divided into smaller farms.*
plantations increased in size.
most plantations were owned by tenant farmers.
plantations produced most of the cash crops.
7. The typical Texan in the late 1800s was a (1 point)
sheep or cattle rancher.
farmer who raised corn.*
8. In Texas, the late 1800s were a time of (1 point)
growth and expansion.
9. The most important profession open to women in 1900 was (1 point)
10. The Grange was (1 point)
a mining organization.
set up to regulate railroads.
a major trust formed by farmers.
a social organization for reform.
11. The governor who, as attorney general, helped Texas pass antitrust laws was (1 point)
James S. Hogg.
John Wesley Hardin.
12. Many Democrats objected to the Constitution of 1869 because it (1 point)
gave little power to state officials.
gave little power to the governor.
did not grant women’s suffrage.*
was written by Radical Republicans
History Check Please (No Rude Comments) - Reed, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 3:54am
1 - no
6 - yes
7 - no
8 - no
9 - By "domestic labor" do they mean working in someone else's home, or one's own home? If in one's own home, yes. In someone else's home, no.
10- You made no choice.
11- I don't know.
History Check Please (No Rude Comments) - SmartyPants, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 12:01pm
History Check Please (No Rude Comments) - SmartyPants, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 12:02pm
I don't know what kind of "domestic labor" its talking about
History Check Please (No Rude Comments) - Ms. Sue, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 12:13pm
10 is not D.
Domestic labor in this context probably means working as a maid, cook, gardener, etc. in someone else's home.
History Check Please (No Rude Comments) - Reed, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 12:26pm
That' what I thought, too, Ms. Sue, but thought it could be clarified in the context of the reading materials for this course.
History Check Please Ms.Sue - SmartyPants, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 12:27pm
Do you know about number 11
here is my new set of answers
History Check Please (No Rude Comments) - Ms. Sue, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 12:43pm
Yes, I know what 11 is. I found it quickly by pasting this in the Google search box.
attorney general, helped Texas pass antitrust laws
Reed knows more about history than I do, so I'll let him check your new answers.
History Check Please (No Rude Comments) - SmartyPants, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 12:44pm
Okay thank you so much
History Check Please Reed - SmartyPants, Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 1:06pm
I need help from someone please I don't want to flunk this test.
1 - no
7 - no
8 - yes
9 - NO
12- I don't think so.
Let me find some websites that will help you. I'll post them for you in a few minutes.
Okay thank you
Read this about the Grange.
As for cattle before the Civil War, south Texas MAY be the right answer, but not really correct. Very little beef was eaten in cities before the Civil War. I THINN
THINK most cattle were on farms for milk. Most people lived on farms or in small towns before the Civil War. Cattle was not shipped to the cities because to ship it required refrigeration. The Civil War and the Transcontinental Railroad changed all that. There are several websites that address this question. During the Civil War the south Texas cattle ranching business took off. Confederate soldiers ate salt beef (like jerky).
For Texas agriculture:
This site will also help you with question 8.
On question 12, "google" the Texas Constitution of 1869 yourself. You can do it! :) Actually, state constitutions written after the Civil War were written by Radical Republicans under Reconstruction. Democrats tended to be loyal to the "old ways" and opposed many of them or many provisions in them. The specific situation in Texas I don't know about, but it was much like other former Confederate states.
Read this for teaching and women's opportunities. Medicine was largely closed to women until well into the 20th century.
Found the answers
10 and 12 are wrong.
posted by Ms. Sue
You are still wrong on 10. Read the link I gave you about Grange. And I assume you looked up the attorney general, so are probably right. If you have not, do so.