TEKS Expectation 7.19C

7.19C Analyze the effects of various scientific discoveries and technological innovations on the development of Texas such as advancements in the agricultural, energy, medical, computer, and aerospace industries.
Belongs to Statement 7.19: The student understands the impact of scientific discoveries and technological innovations on the political, economic, and social development of Texas.

Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

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8,000 Miles from Home: A Texas Perspective on the Vietnam War Era
Alamo Photo, circa 1920
Amarillo
Balcones Escarpment
Bexar County
Chicano art networks
Cities and Towns in Texas
Colorado River
Culture and the Arts in Texas
Danish Heritage Preservation Society's photography Collection
De-Mystifying Religion for Classroom Teachers: Teaching About Jews, Judaism, and Religious Diversity
Del Rio, Texas
El Baile: A Story of Conjunto Music in the Rio Grande Valley
El Paso
Escape to El Paso: Growing Border City Hosts New Heritage Attractions and Residents
Eugene C. Barker, Historian
Guadalupe Mountains
Handbook of Texas Music
Home altars
John Mitchell's Oath of Office 1870
La Frontera Fluida (The Fluid Border)
Llano Estacado
Media in Texas
Mexican-American Culture
Mexican-American Heritage: Texas Experiences Social Studies, Grade 7
Mexican-American Women
Minor League and Black Baseball in Texas
Modern Economy of Texas
Mysteries and Legends of Texas: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained (Myths and Mysteries Series)
Navarro County Courthouse Rededication
Neches River
Portraits Of Community: African American Photogrophy in Texas
Religion in Texas
Richard Allen's Oath of Office, April 26, 1870
Rio Grande River
Rosenwald Schools in Texas
San Saba County
Scouting Magazine Collection
Signs of Faith
Slave Narratives Audio Records
Spanish Missions of Texas Supplemental
Swingin' Salones: Endangered Mexican American Dance Halls Hold Noteworthy History
Symbols of Texas
Teaching With Documents: Gliddens Patent Application for Barbed Wire
Tejana Singers
Tejano Epic: Essays in Honor of Felix D. Almaraz, Jr.
Tejanos Through Time - TSHA ebook
Texas Cultures Online
Texas Digital Newspaper Program
Texas Festivals, Pageants and Parades
Texas Folklife Festival Collection
Texas Makes Movies
Texas Music: Its Roots, Its Evolution
Texas Originals: Alan Lomax
Texas Originals: Belle Starr
Texas Originals: Billy Lee Brammer
Texas Originals: Charles Franklin "Frank" Reaugh
Texas Originals: Dominique and John De Menil
Texas Originals: Dorothy Scarborough
Texas Originals: Elisabet Ney
Texas Originals: Etta Moten Barnett
Texas Originals: Frederick Law Olmsted
Texas Originals: Harry Hunt Ransom
Texas Originals: Héctor P. García
Texas Originals: John Avery Lomax
Texas Originals: Katherine Anne Porter
Texas Originals: King Wallis Vidor
Texas Originals: Stephen F. Austin
Texas Originals: William Sydney Porter (O. Henry)
Texas Originals: Zachary Scott
Texas Parks and Wildlife Television Series
Texas Quarter Worksheet
Texas Talks: Talking Tejano History, Companias Volantes, Part 4
Texas Talks: Talking Tejano History, Emma Tenayuca, Part 5
Texas Talks: Talking Tejano History, Jose de la luz Saenz, Part 3
Texas Talks: Talking Tejano History, Mexican Independence, Part 6
Texas Talks: Talking Tejano History, The Tejano Monument, Part 2
Texas Talks: Talking Tejano History, The TSHA Handbook of Tejano History, Part 1
Texas Talks: The Changing Faces of Fort McKavett
The Miss Wool of America Collection
The Texas Post Office Murals: Art for the People
Traditional Tex-Mex: Authentic Food is on the Menu for Rio Grande Valley's Heritage Travelers
Travels with Joe: The Life Story of a Historian from Texas, 1917-1993
Willie Nelson and the Austin Music Scene

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