TEKS Expectation 4.4B

4.4B Explain the growth, development, and impact of the cattle industry, including contributions made by Charles Goodnight, Richard King, and Lizzie Johnson.
Belongs to Statement 4.4: The student understands the political, economic, and social changes in Texas during the last half of the 19th century.

Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

A Booming Industry: Oil in Texas (4th grade)
A History of Smith County, Texas
A History of Trinity County Texas, 1827 to 1928
A Memorial and Biographical History of Navarro, Henderson, Anderson, Limestone, Freestone and Leon Counties, Texas
A New History of Texas for Schools -1895
A Pictorial History of Texas, from the Earliest Visits of European Adventurers, to A.D. 1879
A Southern Community in Crisis: Harrison County, Texas, 1850-1880
A Texas Scrap-Book: Made Up of the History, Biography, and Miscellany of Texas and Its People
A Thumb-nail History of the City of Houston, Texas, from Its Founding in 1836 to the Year 1912
A Wild and Vivid Land: An Illustrated History of the South Texas Border
A Witness to Westward Expansion
Address on the annexation of Texas, and the aspect of slavery in the United States
Arnie Armadillo and the Texas Heroes - Samuel 'Sam' Houston
Austin Beginnings
Austin Streets
Barbed Wire
Bet You Didn't Know: Texas
Black Leaders: Texans for Their Times
Cattle Rustling
Cattle Trailing
Celebrate Texas 175: Logan Henderson talks about Wild Mustangs
Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
Civil War and Reconstruction
Clifford Mooers to Sterling, June 5, 1931
Documents of Texas History
Donated Maps Help Save Texas History and Illustrate Early American Independence
El Mesquite
Encyclopedia of Western Gunfighters
Famous Gunfighters and Feuds
Fence Cutting
Fort Worth: A Texas Original!
From San Antonio to the Panhandle: Texas Pioneer Women
Galveston: A History and a Guide
Giant Under The Hill: A History of the Spindletop Oil Discovery at Beaumont, Texas, in 1901
Handbook of African American Texas
Handbook of Texas Online
Hazardous Business: Industry, Regulation, and the Texas Railroad Commission
Historical Map Collection
Home on the Range
I Would Rather Sleep In Texas: A History of the Lower Rio Grande Valley and the People of the Santa Anita Land Grant
Indemnity and Slavery: Resolutions of the Legislature of Texas
Introduction to the Tavern Stage of Texas Gunfights
Introduction to the Tavern Stage of Texas Gunfights
Journey through Texas, or, A Saddle-trip on the Southwestern Frontier: with a statistical appendix
King, Richard
Lady Bird Johnson
Lady Bird Johnson
Legends of Texas
Lesson Ideas for A Destined Conflict Lesson Plan
Lone Star Leadership Academy
Lost Victorian Austin
Mind Missions - 4th grade workbook
More Famous Gunfights and Locations
New Texas History Movies
Notable Earthquakes in Texas
Notable Texas Landmarks
Oil and Gas Industry
Oilfield Strike of 1917
Railroads, Windmills, and Barbed Wire
Ranching in Spanish Texas
Ranching in Texas
Sibley in Texas
Slave Narratives Audio Records
Spindletop Oilfield
Stagecoaching in Texas
Teaching With Documents: Gliddens Patent Application for Barbed Wire
Tejano Epic: Essays in Honor of Felix D. Almaraz, Jr.
Telling Our Stories: Grayson County Reminiscences: the First 150 years, 1846-1996
Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers
Texas Digital Newspaper Program
Texas Digital Newspaper Program
Texas Forts
Texas History Snippets Interactive Map: Roads and Places of the Texas Revolution
Texas Oil, American Dreams: A Study of the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association
Texas Originals: Albert Horton Foote Jr.
Texas Originals: Amon G. Carter
Texas Originals: Charles Goodnight
Texas Originals: Dominique and John De Menil
Texas Originals: Edna Ferber
Texas Originals: Ima Hogg
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 Pioneer Women: Enterprising Women in the West
Texas Pioneer Women: Legacies
Texas Pioneer Women: Mexican Era
Texas Pioneer Women: Q&A
Texas Pioneer Women: Spanish Era
Texas Pioneer Women: Statehood Era
Texas Slavery Project
Texas Talk with State Historian of Texas Bill O'Neal: Gunslingers in Texas
Texas Talks with Dr. Gregg Cantrell Stephen F. Austin: Empresario of Texas: Full Texas Talk
Texas Talks with the State Historian of Texas Bill O'Neal: Conclusion
Texas Talks with the State Historian of Texas Bill O'Neal: Question and Answers
Texas Talks: The Changing Faces of Fort McKavett
Texas Talks: The Changing Faces of Fort McKavett, Officers Quarters, Part 4
Texas Talks: The Changing Faces of Fort McKavett, Post Headquarters, Part 5
Texas Talks: The Changing Faces of Fort McKavett, The Barracks, Part 2
Texas Talks: The Changing Faces of Fort McKavett, The History of the Fort, Part 1
Texas Talks: The Changing Faces of Fort McKavett, The Support Facilities, Part 3
The Cartwrights of San Augustine: Three Generations of Agricultural Entrepreneurs in Nineteenth-Century Texas
The Civil War on the Texas Home Front
The Encyclopedia of Texas, Volume 1
The Evolution of Firearm Combat from Horseback
The History of Greater Dallas and Vicinity, Vol. 1
The Houston Story
The Life, Travels, and Opinions of Benjamin Lundy
The McFadden-Ward House: Life-style and Legacy in Oil-Boom Beaumont, Texas
The Story of Corpus Christi
The Texas State Capitol: Selected Essays from the Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Valor Across The Lone Star: The Congressional Medal of Honor in Frontier Texas
Watt Matthews of Lambshead, With a New Afterword by Laura Wilson
Williams, Elizabeth Ellen Johnson [Lizzie]
Women and the Rangers: Mothers, Wives & Daughters - Part 1
Women In Early Texas

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