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____10.Texas became an independent republic in ________ and became part of the United States in ________.a.1827; 1861c.1836; 1845b.1827; 1869d.1845; 1876
____11.The main problem that stalled the admission of Texas into the United States was
____12.Which of the following was NOT part of the annexation agreement between Texas and the United States?
____13.________ dominated the secession convention of 1861.
____14.Which of the following statements about the Texas Constitutional Convention of 1865 is FALSE?a.Texas had to accept the abolition of slavery.b.Texas had to repudiate the war debt incurred by the state.c.Texas had to return to the federal government parts of Oklahoma seized by Texas Confederate soldiers.d.The state had to formally reject the right of secession.
____15.Who were the Radical Republicans?
____16.The Texas Constitution of 1869 was created
____17.The Constitution of Reconstruction created
____18.Which statement best describes the post–Civil War governorship of E. J. Davis?a.Davis was a Democratic Confederate sympathizer who frequently clashed with the federal Congress.b.Davis tried to return Texas to independence rather than reenter the Union after the Civil War.c.Davis was a Republican who used the centralized powers of the governorship to maintain control over his regime.
d.Davis sought to decentralize government in Texas, moving toward a policy of home rule.

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