TEKS Expectation 4.12A

4.12A Compare how various American Indian groups such as the Caddo and the Comanche governed themselves.
Belongs to Statement 4.12: The student understands how people organized governments in different ways during the early development of Texas.

Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

A Battlefield Death, 1944
A New Life in Freedom: A Late 19th-Century African-American Farmstead
Aerial view of Bayfront, Corpus Christi, Texas
African American Cowboys
Aldridge Sawmill – The Story in Numbers
Amos J. Pouncey in Buick dealership garage, Gorman, Texas, 1920
Artesian well for irrigating rice fields, Wharton County
Back to Business After Reconstruction
Barrilero (water carrier) and donkey cart beside large water tank, Laredo, Texas
Black Gold: the Texas Oil Boom
Buffalo Soliders on the Frontier
Buffalo Soliders Photo Gallery
Cattle Drives
Child Labor in America
Cities and Towns in Texas
Civilian Conservation Corps in Texas
Clifford Mooers to Sterling, June 5, 1931
Coleman, Bessie
Comanche Flute Music
Combining milo maize, Allenfarm, Texas
Construction of Crosbyton-South Plains Railroad, Crosby County, Texas
Cotton bales outside Frisco Freight Depot, Brady, Texas
Cotton Gin Old Red, Richardson, Texas
Counties and County Seats
Counties of Texas
Cowboys and Cattle Drives, 1865-1885
Depression to Prosperity
Do you speek cowboy? Interactive Game
E.C. "Teddy Blue" Abbott
Economics presentations
Fate of Spanish Mission Changed Face of West Texas
Handbook of Texas Online
Hazardous Business: Industry, Regulation, and the Texas Railroad Commission
History in Your Own Backyard
History of Texas: from Its First Settlement in 1685 to Its Annexation to the United States in 1846, Volume 1
Hooked on Barbed Wire
Jean Stuntz
Jo Ann Stiles
Joplin, Scott
Lead a Cattle Drive Interactive Game
Legacies-A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas-Volume 3 No. 2-Fall 1991
Life after Slavery: Investigations of an African American Farmstead
Life for the Ranchers Wife
Livestock in Texas
Living on a Cotton Farm: Mexican American Life in Texas
Lord of the Plains
Memorial and biographical history of Dallas County
Mexican-American Heritage: Texas Experiences Social Studies, Grade 4
Minor League and Black Baseball in Texas
Music and Tall Tails
Neiman Marcus
Out of the Dust: Visions of Dust Bowl History
Photograph of Brown Shipbuilding Company Shipyard, 1944
Photograph of Loading Cotton Aboard Japanese Steamship, Public Wharf 10, Houston, Texas, 1940
Piecing Together History: A Turn-of-the-Century African American Farmstead
Pioneer Texas Architects
Political Cartoon on the Cotton Crisis, 1932
Portal Posters
Ranching in Texas
Riding the Rails Across Texas
River Crossing Interactive Game
Shelby County: The Regulator Moderator War
Stagecoaching in Texas
Stampede Interactive Game
Stock a Chuck Wagon Interactive Game
Susan Newcomb
Talk like a Vaquero in English and Spanish
Teacher Contract for 1852, Bellville, Texas
Teaching With Documents: Gliddens Patent Application for Barbed Wire
Teaching with Documents: Photographs of Lewis Hine: Documentation of Child Labor
Test your True Grit
Texas - The Big State Activity
Texas Almanac
Texas Almanac
Texas Almanac Teacher's Guide
Texas Business
Texas in Conflict, 1900 – 1920
Texas in Transition: Social, Political, and Economic Issues in 1920s Texas
Texas Originals: Albert Horton Foote Jr.
Texas Originals: Amon G. Carter
Texas Originals: Charles Goodnight
Texas Originals: Ima Hogg
Texas Originals: J. Mason Brewer
Texas Originals: John Biggers
Texas Originals: Jovita González
Texas Originals: Minnie Fisher Cunningham
Texas Originals: Norris Wright Cuney
Texas Originals: Oveta Culp Hobby
Texas Originals: Sam Houston
Texas Originals: Susanna Dickinson
Texas Ranch House
Texas Since World War II
Texas: The Lone Star State Today
The Kishi Farm: Japanese Immigrants to Texas
The life of 4 Black Cowboys
The Open Range
The Vaquero origins of the Texas Cowboy
Transportation in Texas
W. D. Smith Commercial Photography
Wax, Men, and Money: Candelilla Wax Camps along the Rio Grande

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