1. history

    what are some reasons to support or oppose Texas' involvement in the Civil War in Texas PLEASE HELP

    asked by saskue uchiha on December 2, 2019
  2. History

    Briefly describe the role of Texas' location in its involvement in the Civil War. Then, describe how that in involvement may have differed if Texas had been located farther east.

    asked by M on January 9, 2018
  3. Texas History

    Which of the following list of eras in Texas history in the correct order? a). Early Statehood,Spanish Texas,reconstruction,era of reform. b). mexican texas,spanish texas,civil war texas,the republic of texas. c). spanish texas, the republic of

    asked by Ashlie on August 26, 2016
  4. History

    Which of the following list of eras in Texas history in the correct order? a). Early Statehood,Spanish Texas,reconstruction,era of reform. b). mexican texas,spanish texas,civil war texas,the republic of texas. c). spanish texas, the republic of

    asked by Annonymous on September 13, 2017
  5. Texas History

    Which of the following statements best explains how the establishment of the republic of Texas brought civil freedom to Texas A. The influence of the U.S. Constitution led Texas to establish civil rights B. Hey series of constitutional amendments secured

    asked by Anonymous on October 26, 2018
  6. Texas History

    Why was the last battle of the civil war, Battle of Paltimo Ranch, fought in texas? A. All Texan troops refused to quit fighting. B. Grant had brought the majority of his troops to texas. C. Lee had refused to surrender and retreated to Texas. D. News of

    asked by AnimeHunter on November 14, 2019
  7. History

    Why was the last battle of the civil war, battle of palmito ranch, fought in Texas? (check all that applies) A. All Texan troops refused to quit fighting. B. Grant had brought the majority of his troops to Texas. C. Lee had refused to surrender and

    asked by |-/ on December 29, 2017
  8. History

    1. Why did Texans such as Sam Houston support joining the United States? A. Texas had a hard time attracting settlers to its open lands. B. Texas had economic troubles that joining the United States could help solve. C. Texas and Mexico were at war, so

    asked by Wednesday_my_dudes on November 2, 2018
  9. Texas State History

    Texas Succession Quick Check 1. Which event came directly before Texas succeeded from the Union? A. Texas issued the Declaration of Causes. B. Lincoln became president. C. South Carolina succeeded. D. Sam Houston resigned his office. *****My answer is

    asked by ..... on December 26, 2018
  10. History

    What was an immediate economic effect of the Civil War on Texas? Texas had to raise the pay of its women workers Texas had to raise money to pay soldiers in the Union army Texans had to pass new tariffs to replace those that had been replaced***** Texas

    asked by SwimmerGirl on January 8, 2018
  11. History

    1. Why did some Texans choose to support the Union in the civil war? A. They thought Texas should be an independent nation. B. They were immigrants who did not understand the Declaration of Causes. C. They were afraid of being drafted into the military. D.

    asked by Help ME PLEEAASSSEEEE on December 1, 2019
  12. History

    1. Why were many federal troops placed in western Texas after the civil war? A.to increase the population. B.to influence the largest area of Texas with citizens of south ancestors. C.to police the area from confederate raiders. D.to provide protaction

    asked by 1234 on January 8, 2019
  13. History

    1. To what was the 1836 Constitution of Texas similar? A. Mexican Constitution of 1824 B. Turtle Bayou Resolutions C. Texas Declaration of Independence D. United States Constitution*** 2. Which of the following statements best explains how the

    asked by Wednesday_my_dudes on November 2, 2018
  14. Texas history

    How does sequencing events on a timeline help historians? A~ It allows them to consider events with specific dates B~ It helps them consider events outside of their time periods. C~ It helps them understand relationship between events.***My answer D~ It

    asked by sunflowerr on August 28, 2019
  15. TX HISTORY; HELP ASAP

    How did fighting in the civil war change the lives of Texas soldiers ? a) They came to support the cause of secession b) They traveled far from home to participate in bloody battles c) They earned enough money to buy cotton plantations and slaves d) They

    asked by Natalie on December 6, 2017
  16. Texas History

    which era of texas history began immediately after Spanish Texas? French Texas ***Mexican Texas Republic of Texas U.S. Texas

    asked by PLZ HELP I NEED HELP NOW!!!!!!!!!!! on September 26, 2018
  17. History

    how did the Civil War affect Texas economically and how did these effects impact the people of Texas

    asked by Anonymous on December 1, 2019
  18. History

    How did the civil war affect Texas economically, how did these effects impact the people of Texas?

    asked by SwimmerGirl on January 8, 2018
  19. History

    Which of the following chronological listings for eras of Texas history is correct. A. Civil War Texas, Early Statehood, Era of reform. the Great Depression B. Era of Reform, Early Statehood, Civil War Texas, the Great Depression C. the Great Depression,

    asked by Justin.... on September 22, 2018
  20. History

    All were results of the “red scare” EXCEPT (1 point) many state employees had to sign a loyalty oath. many people were accused of having Communist ties. conservatives criticized government welfare programs. Russian immigrants were detained. 2. The site

    asked by gabby on May 19, 2016
  21. History

    Most of the actual fighting in Texas during the civil war took place in what part of the state? A. near the Texas capital** B. along the border with Mexico C. along the Golf Coast D. in the far west

    asked by saskue uchiha on November 13, 2019
  22. History

    Most of the the actual fighting in Texas during the civil war took place in what part of the state? A. Near the texas capital B. Along the border with Mexico * C. along the gulf coast D. In the far west I really need help on this can someone please help

    asked by Bellagray on November 20, 2019
  23. TX History

    How did the Fall of the Alamo change the outcome of the Texas Revolution in two ways? How was the belief of Manifest Destiny a cause of the Mexican-American War ? (I already know what Manifest Destiny is but why was it a cause of the war) What was one main

    asked by Jasmine on December 1, 2017
  24. History

    in which following situations would Texas most likely have chosen to stay with the Union? if Texas had better relations with Indian tribes if Texas was located closer to the east coast if Texas relied less on slavery if Texas had a strong military***

    asked by saskue uchiha on November 14, 2019
  25. History

    Which of the following chronological listings for of Texas history is correct? a.) Civil war Texas, Early Statehood, Era of reform, the Great Depression ***b.) Era of Reform, Early Statehood, Civil War Texas, The Great Depression c.) The Great Depression,

    asked by Check on September 24, 2018
  26. History

    Why did so many Texan men fight in the Civil War? A) Texas was located near much of the fighting. B) Nearly all Texans were required to fight. *** C) Texas had more people than most other Confederate states. D) Texans believed the war would be long and

    asked by The Rooster Killer on November 19, 2019
  27. History

    why did galveston suffer more direct effects of the civil war than other texas cities? Galveston was located near the cotton-growing region of Texas The Union blockade brought it into direct contact with enemy groups Union soldiers wished to end trade

    asked by M on January 8, 2018
  28. History

    Please check my answers! 1. Why did some people oppose internment camps during World War II? A. The camps were overcrowded. B. The camps tortured people as prisoners of war. C. There were too many children held in the camps. D. The camps held people who

    asked by Charlie on February 13, 2019
  29. history

    3. Which words would most Texans have associated with the Civil War at the time it began? A. hasty and immoral B. honor and glory**** C. quick and simple D. tiresome and boring 4. Why were many federal troops placed in Western Texas after the Civil War at

    asked by saskue uchiha on December 3, 2019
  30. History! Check my answers

    Question #12: What contribution did C.M. "Dad" Joiner make to the oil industry in Texas? A. He donated his expertise to help other wildcatters succeed. B. His discovery at the East Texas field resulted in another oil boom in Texas C. He discovered oil at

    asked by Plz help Ms. Sue on March 14, 2018
  31. Texas History

    Natural Texas and Early People 1. How did the arrival of Spanish explorers affect Native Americans? A. Spanish exploration brought settlers who pushed native americans north. B.Native Americans and the Spanish established a practice of trading goods.

    asked by Peanut butter lover on September 26, 2018
  32. History

    1. What two factors caused retrenchment from 1731-1745? A. Apache raids and poorly timed military cutbacks B. Border disputes and attack on the french C. The Mexican war of independence and the Spanish American war D. Wars in Europe and numerous failed

    asked by Help! on October 6, 2017
  33. History

    What was the most significant political effect of Reconstruction plans on Texas? Texas rejoined the United States Carpetbaggers shaped politics in Texas Texas was overseen by many different governors Two main Unionist groups which different viewpoints

    asked by M on January 7, 2018
  34. social studies

    what main reason did congress initially refuse to annex texas If the united states annexed texas it would almost certainly cause a war with mexico *** If the united states annexed texas it would enter as a free state and anger southerners If the united

    asked by lols on November 16, 2016
  35. history

    Why did the number of Texas farm workers decrease in the mid-1900s? A) Mechanization B) Irrigation C) Migrant labor D) the cotton gin 2.) Which industry helped the growth of manufacturing in north Texas in mid-1900s? A) Transportation B) Communication C)

    asked by avery on March 9, 2018
  36. History

    Which fact best illustrates the role of Manifest Destiny in the U.S.- Mexican War? A) Most Mexicans still thought of Texas as part of their country B) The U.S. took Texas without regard for Mexico’s claims.**** C) Mexico refused to negotiate with the

    asked by hi :O on November 28, 2018
  37. History

    Why did some Texans choose to support the Union in the Civil War? A. They thought Texas Should be an Independent nation**** B. They were immigrants who did not understand the Declaration and Causes C. They were afraid of being drafted into the military D.

    asked by Sophia on January 16, 2019
  38. History

    1. Why did some Texans choose to support the Union in the civil war? A. They thought Texas should be an independent nation. B. They were immigrants who did not understand the Declaration of Causes. C. They were afraid of being drafted into the military. D.

    asked by Intelligent_Queen on December 2, 2019
  39. Texas History

    What was one reason that citizens from the U.S were so interested in settling Texas? A) Moses Austin was paying them money to settle in Texas. B) Texas had no laws, so citizens could do whatever they wanted. C) The American Revolutionary War was still

    asked by im trying my best on October 28, 2019
  40. History Help!!

    Which of the following is an example of a biased statement about Texas? A) Six percent of Texas' population is made up of undocumented immigrants. B) Immigrants are the main cause of crime in Texas.*** C) Texas has the third-highest Hispanic population in

    asked by hi :O on November 26, 2018
  41. history

    Which of the following is not a biased statement about Texas history? A. Annexation was the only way to solve the debt problem created by sam Houston. B. the republic of Texas was an independent country for 10 years. C. the native Texans were the cause of

    asked by hi on December 20, 2018
  42. History HELP ASAP

    After the Civil War, how did the railroad unite Texas? A. Houston was connected to the rail system. B. By 1890, every large city in Texas was connected by at least two rail lines. C. Texans pulled together to create a statewide effort to build an efficient

    asked by @OfficialOliviaB. on January 29, 2019
  43. Tx History

    The Mexican War What are the unites states 4 reasons for war? I know one of the reasons is that Mexico refused to pay the united states citizens for damage claims from the Texas revolution.

    asked by jenny on March 21, 2011
  44. Texas State History

    I need help answering these questions. 6. Propose a solution to a problem faced by Texans on the home front as a result of the Union blockade. 8. How did John Bell Hood's action affect Texas’ history over the next four years? Give details to support your

    asked by Pumkin-head on December 7, 2018
  45. AP us history

    I have the answers will you just tell me if I'm right? This is for my final study guide. The Compromise of 1850 affected which states an/or Territiries? A. Texas, New Mexico, California B. Utah, Texas, California C. CALIFORNIA, OREGON, AND MISSIOUR D.

    asked by Andrea on December 11, 2012
  46. Texas History

    Why is globalization so important to Texas? A. International companies now employ more workers from Texas B. Texas is the top exporting state in the United States *** C. Texas is the least exporting state in the United States D. Travel and tourism have

    asked by GymnasticsLover05 on March 19, 2019
  47. Social studies

    Why did: George Childress, Lorenzo de zavala, James fanin, Sam Houston, Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, Juan N. Sequin, and William B. Travis come to Texas???? What role did each of them play during the Texas revolution?? How did each of them contribution to

    asked by Suzy on December 2, 2014
  48. History

    what was the purpose of the federal troops occupying Texas after the civil war? 1.to conduct military trials to place previous confederate officers on trial. 2.to ensure that Texas rejoined the union appropriately.****(my answer) 3.to provide training and

    asked by Maddie on January 10, 2018
  49. Social Studies

    I'm not asking for answers to these questions, but can somebody give me some sources where I can find some facts about these questions? This is for the Unit 6 Lesson 7 Social Studies 8A in Connexus. The Mexican-American War Portfolio. 1. Describe the

    asked by Cinelle on November 22, 2019
  50. History

    Im having trouble finding out if im correct. Which parts of Texas were most directly affected by the Dust Bowl? A. The panhandle and the Rio Grande Valley B. West texas and the panhandle** C. South and southeast Texas D. West texas and the gulf coast

    asked by KawaiiPotato on January 24, 2019
  51. social studies

    how did the civil war in 1861 affect texas

    asked by mariah on February 7, 2013
  52. history

    the decree of april 6 1830 stopped immigration )to mexico from texas )to texas from mexico )to texas from the US****** )to the us from texas

    asked by awsomeguy123 on November 5, 2015
  53. scoials

    Do you think the civil war was a religious war, a political war, or both? Write two short notes to the king. In the first, explain why, as a puritan, you think civil war is probable for religious reasons. In the second, explain why civil war is likely for

    asked by adam on April 10, 2010
  54. Texas History

    Last two questions, I just need the basic details of these so I can write a short response. 1. How did Francis Lubbock's actions affect Texas' history over the next four years? 2. Which of the main reasons for secession was most important in Texas'

    asked by |-/ on December 29, 2017
  55. social studies

    During the Spanish Civil War, Republicans fought to support a democratic government for Spain while Nationalists fought to support a Spanish dictatorship. What effect did the Spanish Civil War have on the buildup to World War II? A.The civil war was the

    asked by davonte on February 28, 2018
  56. History

    3. Support for the Mexican-American War are most closely connected with support for which of these ideas? A.) Manifest Destiny**** B.) Transcendentalist Movement C.) Great Awakening D.) Monroe Doctrine 4. Read the information below: During the 1820's and

    asked by TESSA on February 26, 2016
  57. History

    Which of the following is a biased statement about Texas History? Texas was a republic for 10 years Annexing Texas would anger Mexico Expansionism was a noble improvement for American History**** The Texas Republic faced a great deal of conflict with the

    asked by swimmer girl on November 17, 2017
  58. Texas History

    What was Austin able to do by bringing a large number of settlers to Texas? select all the apply. Help Texas grow* Help Mexico grow Contribute to the spreading of American culture in Texas* Contribute to Mexican culture in Texas

    asked by A Person on October 16, 2017
  59. Texas history

    Which of the following best describes the Spanish legacy in Texas? A) Spain left a lasting impact on Texas through food names language in architecture B) Spanish legacy was largely erased by other settlers C) Texas has incorporated Spanish influence into

    asked by Mackenzie on October 24, 2018
  60. History

    1. The Spanish brought the first cattle to America in the 1400s. 1500s.* 1600s. 1700s. 2. Expansion of the railroads after the Civil War made it easier for Texas ranchers to get their herds to stockyards in St. Louis and Sedalia. Dodge City and Abilene.

    asked by SmartyPants on March 10, 2015
  61. History

    What event marked the end of the Texas Revolution? Texans' defended their cannon at Gonzales The United States annexed Texas Texas won control of the Alamo Mexico agreed to the treaty of Velasco****?

    asked by swimmer girl on November 21, 2017
  62. history

    which of the following is an example of a biased statement of Texas. A. Six percent of Texas population is made up of undocumented immigrants. B. immigrants are the main cause of crime in Texas. C. Texas has the third highest Hispanic population in the

    asked by rororoyourboat on November 20, 2018
  63. socila studies

    what is texas important land form I don't know what you mean by "important" The Texas coastal plain, the Hill country, the western desert, and the Northern high plains, and of course, the Trans-Pecos region of the Rocky Mountains. I suggest you do an

    asked by vicky on May 18, 2007
  64. History HELP!

    )At the outbreak of the Civil War, which of the following states was considered a Free State? A.)Delaware B.)Indiana C.)Maryland D.)Texas**** D?

    asked by #FreeGucci on May 9, 2016
  65. History

    8.)At the outbreak of the Civil War, which of the following states was considered a Free State? A.)Delaware B.)Indiana C.)Maryland D.)Texas

    asked by #FreeGucci on May 4, 2016
  66. Texas History

    How did fighting in the Civil War change the lives of Texas Soldiers? Select all that apply A. They came to support the cause of secession B. They traveled far from home to participate in bloody battles C. They earned enough money to buy cotton plantations

    asked by Tommy J. on December 19, 2017
  67. History

    Hi I need help I hope you can help me :) 1.Which era of Texas history is most associated with the culture feeling of independence that many Texans held? A) Era of Reform B) Mexican Texas

    asked by Connexus on October 16, 2019
  68. History

    1. What allowed Stephen F. Austin to bring more than 1,200 settlers to Texas? A) Land grants*** B) Promises of wishes C) Promises of riches D) Slavery 2. What allowed Austin to bring more than 1,200 settlers to Texas? A) He helped started the Mexican

    asked by HelpingBudxy ツ on October 12, 2018
  69. History

    1.) Why did so many Southern cotton planters move to Texas in the mid-1800s? Slavery had been banned in other Southern states Demand for cotton in Europe was at an all time low Enslaved orders could still be imported from Africa They had exhausted the soil

    asked by swimmer girl on November 20, 2017
  70. Texas

    Does anyone know why Texas, is the only state that I know of, that has that state pride? (e.g. "Don't Mess W/Texas" "Everything is bigger and better in Texas", etc. etc. Just wondering...any Texans out there???

    asked by jules on July 29, 2008
  71. social studies

    what influence did economic conditions have on the outcome of the Civil War? I TOTALLY DON'T GET IT. why does ECONOMIC CONDITIONS have to do with Civil War?? Also, the second question says that, did charles force civil war on parliament? list 2 columns, 1

    asked by charmy on November 9, 2009
  72. history

    1. Why was Rosie the Riveter a symbolic figure? (1 point) She represented women entering manufacturing jobs during the war.*** She represented the difficult experiences of women during the war. She represented all people who worked hard during the war. She

    asked by Please help!!!! on April 29, 2019
  73. History

    2. Which fictional book title best shows how President Polk handled the Texas border issue with Mexico? A) "Give In to Us or Fight" B) "A Compromise for Land" C) "Battles Won, Battles Lost"**** D)"Trading California for Texas" 3. How did the Treaty of

    asked by hi :O on November 28, 2018
  74. social studies

    Can someone check my answers: 1. What allowed settlers to Establish a colony in Texas? The fact that the land was unsettled allowed Texans to settle in texas 2. How did the Interaction between the settlers in Texas and the Mexican government develop and

    asked by volleyball_girl on November 13, 2018
  75. history

    Which most accurately traces the relevance of the Texas Consultation in relationship to the expansion of the United States? It led to the division of modern-day Texas into an eastern territory controlled by the United States and a western territory

    asked by michael on November 8, 2018
  76. SS - check answers

    Hello! Could anyone please check my answers? This is for a social studies assignment! Question 1: Why did the interaction between the settlers in Texas and the Mexican government develop and change over time? My answer: Over time, the settlers in Texas and

    asked by cAt.ExE HaS sTopPeD wORkInG on November 8, 2018
  77. World History

    1. how did the treaty of Paris affect life in Spanish Texas A. Missions were moved and a large effort was made to increase the population of Spanish Texas. My answer B. The United States to over a large part of eastern Texas C. Most settlers decided to

    asked by horse girl on October 2, 2018
  78. history

    1. What would Texas most likely have done if the civil war was located farther east? A. Sided with the Union B. Avoided the Union blockade C. Kept Sam Houston in office as governor D. Experienced greater destruction from the war I actually have no clue but

    asked by saskue uchiha on December 3, 2019
  79. history

    While the United States referred to the conflict with Mexico as the Mexican War, Mexicans called the war the North American Invasion. What do these different names suggest about each country's perspective on the war? is it because president polk wanted

    asked by y912f on May 5, 2009
  80. history

    1. Why did the interaction between the settlers in Texas and the Mexican government develop and change over time 2. How did Manifest Destiny impact the US governments position on the Texans request to be annexed? 3. Why were northern states against the

    asked by Bruh on November 2, 2017
  81. History Check Please

    1. Annie Webb Blanton accomplished all of the following EXCEPT (1 point) found Delta Kappa Gamma. serve as a professor at the University of Texas in Austin. become Texas Secretary of State. serve two terms as superintendent of public instruction. 2. Texas

    asked by SmartyPants on March 21, 2015
  82. History, Ms. Sue Please.. Or Damon

    According to the Adams-Onís treaty, Spain gave up claims to the __________ Territory. Texas? Ms. SUe, I asked this question earlier and it was said Florida.. My dilemma, and what is confusing most to me, Florida is not an option.. Oregon, Colorado, Texas,

    asked by Katt on September 15, 2014
  83. social studies

    What allowed settlers to establish a colony in Texas? How did the interaction between the settlers in Texas and the Mexican government develop and change over time? How do you think the perspectives of the Texas settlers and the Mexican government would

    asked by Adlyn on November 9, 2016
  84. Social Studies

    What was a major result of the Civil War on the US? The Union was preserved as a single country, and slavery was abolished. Is that major enough? In addition to the answers drwls gave, you might consider the total change of America's status in the world.

    asked by Jaden on May 14, 2007
  85. Texas History

    Why did La Salle's exploration party create a settlement in texas? A.The French king wanted La Salle to establish friendly relations with the Spanish in Texas B. La Salle was looking for the mouth of the Mississippi River and got lost. (C). La Salle wanted

    asked by trombone elephant on September 24, 2018
  86. History

    1.Which event took place soon before The United States annexed Texas. A Sam Houston became president B Texas became a u.s. territory C James Polk became president D Texas wrote a new constitution 2.Which of the following images would be the best symbol of

    asked by Jessica on November 28, 2017
  87. Tx History

    What was the cause of the Texas Revolution? A. Mexico wanted to expand their territory. B. Texas wanted to adopt the ways of the Mexican government. C. Mexican citizens were opposed to settlers being in Texas.*** D. Mexicans confronted Texans pushing for

    asked by Ashlie on October 7, 2016
  88. History

    did the civil war in Texas help slaves? list 3 benefits it gave for slaves

    asked by saskue uchiha on November 20, 2019
  89. Louisiana History

    Please help!!! 1. What set the steamboat apart from the flatboat and the keelboat? a) The steamboat was inexpensive to build. b) The steamboat could go back upriver with ease.*** c) The steamboat has a slow and easy ride. d) The steamboat could only

    asked by Jessica on October 12, 2015
  90. History

    1. Which statement best summarizes why the population of African American slaves in Texas increased so much by 1860? A. Wages for farm workers had dropped significantly. B. The cotton industry had entered a boom period C. The supply of available land was

    asked by saskue uchiha on October 31, 2019
  91. Check My History Please

    1. When the Texas Railroad Commission enforced new restrictions in 1931, those that benefited most were individual wildcatters. small oil operators. large oil companies. Texas state officials.* 2. The geographic area hardest hit by drought in the 1930s is

    asked by SmartyPants on March 22, 2015
  92. social studies

    which of the following reasons was least important in Texas decision to secede A. support for slavery B. opposition to tariffs C.desire to form calvary units D. belief in states rights

    asked by I NEED HELP ASAP PLS on January 18, 2017
  93. History

    Why did so many Texan men fight in the civil war? A. Texas was locked near much of the fighting. B. Nearly all Texans were required to fight. C. Texans had more people than most other Confederate states.* D. Texans believed the war would be long and

    asked by Bellagray on November 19, 2019
  94. Tx History

    How did religious liberties expand during the era of the republic of texas? A. Mexico had allowed for the separation of church and state. B. Texas gained the right to vote for their religious leaders. C. Sam Houston created a new official Texas church. D.

    asked by Ashlie on November 8, 2016
  95. Social Studies PLZZ Thanks

    A person’s ethnicity is his or her socioeconomic group. retirement goals. national or cultural heritage. religious affiliation.* 2. What state did Texas pass in 1994 to become the second most populous state in the country? California New York* Florida

    asked by YOLO on May 21, 2015
  96. Texas history

    in the texas constitution of 1836 had shared ideals woth the us constitution. which of the following ideals did the texas constitution most likely support Austin Bowie Childress* de Zavala

    asked by Emma on October 22, 2018
  97. History Check Please (No Rude Comments)

    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.*

    asked by SmartyPants on March 20, 2015
  98. social studies

    Independence Declared 1. How did the leaders of Texas declare independence from Mexico? 2. How did the Texans set up their new country? 3. Circle what happended first at the Convention of 1836. A : The singing of the constitution or B : The acceptance of

    asked by Linda D on January 16, 2008
  99. History

    All of the following help to explain Americans' reluctance to support U.S. involvement in World War II, except: a. Many Americans believed that U.S. involvement in World War I had been a mistake. b. To most Americans, the threat arising from Japanese and

    asked by TayB on May 15, 2015
  100. Texas History

    why is modern Texas culturally similar to the American South even though it is located in the Southwest? A) People Migrating from the American South settle together and a maintained their traditions B) Texas wish to become part of the Confederate forces so

    asked by Idontknow on January 16, 2018