TEKS Expectation 7.10B

7.10B Describe how immigration and migration to Texas have influenced Texas.
Belongs to Statement 7.10: The student understands the characteristics, distribution, and migration of population in Texas in the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries.

Teach this expectation using entries from our Handbook

Our Handbook entries are written by volunteer historians and professionals, reviewed by TSHA staff, vetted by scholars, and approved by the TSHA Chief Historian.


Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

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New map of Texas with the continguous American and Mexican states
Advertisement for the Port of Houston: Nations First Port in Cotton Exports, 1936
Aerial Photograph of the Houston Ship Channel with Major Manmade Features Noted, 1959
After the Great Storm: Galveston's Response to the Hurrican of Sept. 8, 1900
Aldridge Sawmill – The Story in Numbers
Artesian well for irrigating rice fields, Wharton County
Big Bend Country
Black Gold: the Texas Oil Boom
Call to Arms: The Texas Land Grant, An Introduction
Castolon: A Meeting Place of Two Cultures
Civilian Conservation Corps in Texas
Clifford Mooers to Sterling, June 5, 1931
Cotton Gin Old Red, Richardson, Texas
CULTURAL POPULATIONS OF TEXAS: DIVERSITY WITHIN UNITY
Curriculum Guide for Teaching Texas History
Depression, Droughts and Dust Bowl
Dust Bowl, 1930s
Dust Storms Strike America
Environment of Texas
Fort Griffin State Historic Site Educator Guide
French map of Louisiana and the Mississippi River
Frontier Life; or, Scenes and Adventures in the South West
Galveston Hurricane of 1900
Galveston Hurricane of 1900
Geography of the Study of the Spanish-Speaking People of Texas
Gulf Coast
Hazardous Business: Industry, Regulation, and the Texas Railroad Commission
Heritage, Volume 12, Number 02, Spring 1994
Heritage, Volume 4 2007
Hill Country
History of McKinney and Collin County
History of Texas: from Its First Settlement in 1685 to Its Annexation to the United States in 1846, Volume 1
History Pin Online
Houston Ship Channel images
How did we get to 254 Counties in Texas?
Image Gallery for the Curriculum Guide For Teaching Texas History
It Was a Boom, Before It Went Bust!
Jefferson, Texas: An Economics Lesson
La Frontera Fluida (The Fluid Border)
Map of Spanish dominions in North America in 1811
Map of the City of Houston, Harris Co., Texas 1869
Mesquite Trees in Texas
Mexican-American Heritage: Texas Experiences Social Studies, Grade 7
Milsaps Collection
Natural Disasters
Neff to the Texas Legislature, May 1, 1923
Old News
Out of the Dust: Visions of Dust Bowl History
Panhandle Plains
Parks and Wildlife Activities and Lesson Plans
Pat Neff and Texas State Parks
Piecing Together History: A Turn-of-the-Century African American Farmstead
Pineywoods
Political Cartoon on the Cotton Crisis, 1932
Prairies and Lakes
Rise Up: West
Solar energy
South Texas Plains
Spanish Missions of Texas
Spanish Missions of Texas Supplemental
Stagecoaching in Texas
State Parks Publications
Teaching Outside the Classroom: Growing Texas
Teaching Outside the Classroom: Growing Texas
Texas City, Texas: An Economic Disaster
Texas Counties Map with Names
Texas Counties Map without Names
Texas Economics - Eras and Individuals
Texas Geography Lesson Plan
Texas Geology Map
Texas Historic Sites Atlas
Texas History Mini-Qs from The DBQ Project
Texas in Conflict, 1900 – 1920
Texas Locations Video Category (TAMI)
Texas Maps from TPWD
Texas Originals: Billy Lee Brammer
Texas Originals: Carlos E. Castañeda
Texas Originals: Clara Driscoll
Texas Originals: Mary Austin Holley
Texas Outline Map
Texas Rivers Map
The 1900 Storm Photos, Galveston Island, Texas
The 1900 Storm, Galveston Island, Texas
The Galveston Hurricane of 1900
The Great Cattle Drive Era
The Kishi Farm: Japanese Immigrants to Texas
The National Parks of Texas: In Contact With Beauty
The Rio Grande Border Filmography Project
The Texas Dust Bowl
Underground water
Urbanization
Water Resources
Weather in Houston
Weather in Texas
Weathering Texas
Whoa! That Texas is Big!

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