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Today in Texas History - September 28

From the Annals of the Panhandle    In 1874 Col. Ranald Mackenzie and the Fourth U.S. Cavalry attempted a surprise attack on Comanche, Cheyenne and Kiowa encampments in Palo Duro Canyon.   163 more words

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Texas History-Book Assignment

The dialectical journal assignment based on the book of history/historical fiction (that you are supposed to have read by now) will be assigned on Wednesday/Thursday. It is not required to have the book present when you do this assignment, but it could be helpful.

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Today in Texas History - September 26

From the Annals of New Spain – In 1736, Carlos Benites Franquis de Lugo arrived in San Antonio to serve as ad interim governor of Spanish Texas.   104 more words

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Extra Credit-Texas History 9-26-16

Follow the links below that correspond to your class to complete the extra credit. Only do the extra credit that corresponds to your Texas History class period. 56 more words

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Texas History 9-26/9-30

This week in Texas History we will finish studying Texas Native Americans. The Unit 2 Test will be on Friday. Since it is a Charger Day, there will be no essay questions on this test. 11 more words

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Ted Cruz - Servile Puppy Dog

Sen. Ted Cruz (TP-Texas) ended any doubt that he has not a shred of integrity by endorsing Donald Trump for the Presidency today.  Cruz refused to endorse Trump at the GOP Convention and later defended his refusal to do so by stating that he was not a “servile puppy dog.”  Showing some spine, Cruz backed down on his pledge to endorse the GOP nominee when faced with the distasteful prospect of endorsing a reality show con-man like Trump for the most important office on the planet.  99 more words

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Unit 2 Test-Texas History

The Unit 2: Native Americans in Texas Test will be next Friday (Sept. 30th).

Study guide: unit-2-study-guide-1

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