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1 San Antonio, Nacogdoches, and Goliad were three permanent European settlements in Texas at the time of Mexican independence in 1821. True False status: correct (1.0) correct: true your answer: true feedback: Correct. 2 The final battle of the Texas war for independence was fought at the Alamo in San Antonio. True False status: incorrect (0.0) correct: false your answer: true feedback: Incorrect. 3 The Reconstruction era administration of Governor E. J. Davis was praised by most Texans for its sound management of state finances. True False status: correct (1.0) correct: false your answer: false feedback: Correct. 4 Although cotton was the principal export of Texas well into the twentieth century, in terms of the self-image of Texans, the myth and imagination of the frontier has been far more important than cotton farming. True False status: incorrect (0.0) correct: true your answer: false feedback: Incorrect. 5 In order to restore stability and profitability to the oil industry, the Texas Railroad Commission began in the 1930s to regulate oil production in the state. True False
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status: correct (1.0) correct: true your answer: true feedback: Correct. 6 Even by the late 1990s more Texans were employed by the oil industry than employed in high-tech industries. True False status: correct (1.0) correct: false your answer: false feedback: Correct. 7 A federal system is one in which governmental powers are shared between national and state governments. True False status: correct (1.0) correct: true your answer: true feedback: Correct. 8 Historically, Texas has been relatively free from racial or ethnic discrimination.
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True False status: correct (1.0) correct: false your answer: false feedback: Correct. 9 Social Darwinism is the belief that governments inevitably evolve tyrannical characteristics. True False status: incorrect (0.0) correct: false your answer: true feedback: Incorrect. 10 By 2030, Hispanics are expected to account for over one-half of Texas's population. True False status: correct (1.0) correct: true your answer: true
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feedback: Correct. 11 The Texas army which won the decisive Battle of San Jacinto was led by: a. Moses Austin. b. Davy Crockett. c. Stephen F. Austin. d. Sam Houston. e. Robert E. Lee. status: correct (1.0) correct: d your answer: d feedback: Correct. 12 Which of the following political parties flourished in Texas near the end of the nineteenth century and favored monetary reform and railroad regulation? a. none of these. b. "Know-Nothing" c. Greenback d. Populist e. Socialist status: incorrect (0.0) correct: d your answer: a feedback: Incorrect. 13 The first native Texan to be elected governor was:
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a. Sam Houston b. James S. Hogg c. E. J. Davis d. Richard Coke e. Davy Crockett status: incorrect (0.0) correct: b your answer: a feedback: Incorrect. 14 To prevent the spread of the Standard Oil Company's monopoly into Texas, the state's
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