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WARM UP(PAGE 64)Directions:Answer the following question in your notebook on page 64. You do not have towrite the question, only write your answer.1.Which of these would have been the headlines in a newspaper in 1861?a)“Texas votes for secession. Jefferson Davis Elected President of the Confederacy.”b)“Texas settled by German Immigrants”c)“Texas Annexed by the United States”d)“Franklin D. Roosevelt Elected. New Deal Offers Hope to Out of Work”
2.All of the following were geographic features that favored the growth of the cattle industry inTexas except—
3.In 1873 Texas only had 4 train tracks but by 1902 the number of railroad tracks increaseddrastically. Which conclusion came be made in regards to the increase in the number of railroads inTexas?
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