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This is a Texas history project.

Karly Knox

on 26 September 2011

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Transcript of Texas

Texas, a Land of Contrast How does Geography Affect the Way People Live? How do People Modify the Environment? How does the Movement of People Affect an Area? How are Geographic Differences Reflected in the Native American cultures What Impact did European Exploration and Colonization have on Texas? The Mountains and Basins Coastal Plains The Great Plains North Central Plains No duh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Geography affects peoples lives by the landscape, and it can change the jobs they could get or the resources that they have.
Native Americans adapted to the there environment
to survive. The way they ate or hunted depended on where they lived. If they lived in a area with rich soil they farmed and stayed in one place. People modifed the environment by farming, building; roads, structures, transportation, and dams. It made the main language, besides English, in Texas
Spanish. If someone else came to Texas first we might be speaking French insted. It also set the majority
religion in Texas (Christian)
The movement of people affects an environment because, it takes natural resources to build cars, planes, phones, and other movement tools. If there is a large population there are more jobs for people to have. Sources http://www.texasbeyondhistory.net/ Texas is the land of contrast because of its diverse geography, culture, varied history, and unpredictable weather. In the 60's it was given this name. Texas once owned all the land in its borders. http://texashistory.unt.edu/
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