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A little history

One of my favorite things about homeschooling is the ability we have to be flexible with our schedule, and with our methods.  Today we decided that getting out sounded good so we headed out to a nearby state park for some Texas history. 21 more words

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Texas History 11/17-11/21

This week in Texas History we will be continuing our examination of empresarios. Students will be constructing a foldable on Monday/Tuesday. Later in the week students will be assigned either a mock Facebook page or instagram based on an empresario. 8 more words

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Lucinda Madden

The following is a fictionalized account of a true story.  I first heard the story of the Edens-Madden Massacre from fellow writer Pat Haddock and I thought she was putting me on.  547 more words

Books - Short Stories

Wooster, Ralph: Notes on Texas’ Largest Slaveholders, 1860

Wooster, Ralph. Notes on Texas’ Largest Slaveholders, 1860. SwHQ, LXV (July 1961), 72-79

On a side note to this assignment, whilst taking this course has been highly enlightening, some of the readings we have had to locate have been stored in at the UNT Library Annex on Airport Road. 451 more words


Texas History 11-10/11-14

This week in Texas History we will be taking the Unit 4: Exploring Texas Test. Later in the week we will begin Unit 5: Empresarios. On Friday we will be going on last time to the computer lab to work on History Fair.

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