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Age of Oil, Prohibition, and Women's Suffrage

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Laura Flanagan

on 7 February 2017

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Transcript of Age of Oil, Prohibition, and Women's Suffrage

"Mind Mapping" Method
Main Idea
Age of Oil, Prohibition, and Women's Suffrage
copy and paste as needed and take advantage of an infinite canvas!
Write the primary idea of the mind map in the center. Use different color notes to differentiate between topics. Use lines and arrows to create branches that connect ideas to each other.
defining characteristics
Texas timeline
SO... hOW'D I DO?
The Ninth Era of Texas
Hey, Lucas! We found oil!
On Jan. 10, Anthony F. Lucas, Patillo
Higgins, and John Galey were a trio
of lucky Texans, as they found a
150-foot gusher that took 9 days to
get under control in Spindletop,
South Texas. It was near where
Patillo had picnics and noticed
a funny smell.
Growth of urban areas
The Hurricane of 1900
Reform Movement
World War 1
In 1897,Daisy Emery Allen and Marie Dietzel
were the first women to receive
degrees in Texas. In 1910, philanthropist Ima Hogg helps found the Houston Symphony, and nurse A. Louise Dietrich builds her own maternity hospital. Also, in 1898, the Women's Progressive Club for black women was founded.
1891, Texas Railroad Commission Established
1894, oil discovered in Corsicana
1911, first military flight in San Antonio
1919, prohibition goes into effect
1919, Texas adopts 19th amendment
1924, Ma Ferguson is first female governor elected in Texas
1932, John Nance Garner elected first Vice President from Texas
Well, we covered the basics,being oil,prohibition and women's rights,
which I think I did correctly; I
By Ava Hignite
hope you peeps learned a lot!
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