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Overview of Texas History

RT Licensure process in TX
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Elizabeth Partain

on 25 August 2016

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Texas History Overview

2016-2017
Geography
You'll learn about the first group of Native Americans in Texas before explorers came to America.
How did these people live?
Where did they live?
What did they eat?
How did they survive off the land?
Did they get along with each other?
What was their culture like?
First Texans
Steps taken by Karen Sams and her team:
Resolution paper: approved by CTRAC, Ad Hoc committee established. Writers: Joles Jones, Jan Hodges, Donna Mills, and Anna Broome.
Eblast sent out by CTRAC, with NO responses
Executive Summary and Position Paper: rewritten a few times, feedback was received, and finally approved by CTRAC. Presented to the TRAPS TR Branch Board. Editors: Jole Jones and Jan Hodges
TRAPS approved by Randy Waters.

Christopher Columbus was the first European to come to America; who followed?
What were they searching for?
What brought more explorers here?
How did they get here?
Why did they come to Texas?
How did they end up in Texas with the Indians?
How did they survive with the Indians?
Did they survive with the Indians?
Were the explorers successful?
Explorers and Conquistadors
The Spanish tried to settle in Mexico (Texas):
What kept them here?
Why did they set up the mission system?
How did they set up the Spanish missions?
What were they trying to accomplish?
Were they successful?
Did the Spanish stay?
Were there any other European groups who came to Texas?
Spanish Missions
A few French Explorers stumbled into Texas accidently.
Unlike the Spanish, they attempted to get along with the Indians. They even traded with them.
The French were not here long, however.
Texas was the Northern part of Mexico that hardly anyone came to visit. The land was rough, there were hardly any settlers, the Indians weren't friendly.
Although the Spanish had little use for the land, they didn't want anyone else to have it, especially the French.
French Explorers
Texas fought for independence from Mexico for about a year.
The Alamo, Texas's top tourist attraction, occurred during the Revolution.
You'll learn the causes, consequences and people involved in well-known war.
It is after this Revolution where Texas became free from Mexico and it's own country.

Texas Revolution
CMS MDS 3.0 – RT
ATRA language reflects MDS 3.0 in Standards of Practice
Military jobs, LTC, Psych
Money from waivers to RT/TR licensed
Why Now?
Texas was it's own country, or Republic for nine years.
The USA did not want Texas at first because they were scared it'd make Mexico mad, as Mexico still claimed they had ties to Texas.
The U.S. was right. They went to war with Mexico shortly after Texas was annexed by the U.S.
Texas was unsuccessful as it's own country.
They didn't have enough money to survive on it's own.
The Republic of Texas
Licensure Law/Act:

State’s grant of legal authority
Pursuant to the state’s police powers
Practice a profession within a designated scope of practice
States define, by statute, the tasks and function or scope of practice of a profession and provide that these tasks may be legally performed only by those who are licensed
Licensure prohibits anyone from practicing the profession who is not licensed, regardless of whether or not the individual has been certified by a private organization
Texas statehood
Texas joined the Confederacy before and during the Civil War.
Texas did not have a huge part of the Civil War other than a few battles along the coast and many troops sent to fight.
After the Civil War, several people moved to Texas which helped to populate the state.
Civil War & Reconstruction
This is the era of cowboys and Indians
Cattle ranchers worked to get their cattle on cattle trails while Indians caused havoc on the ranchers.
The Indians did not welcome the cowboys which led to several battles and started the Texas Rangers Law Enforcement.

Texas Frontier
1900-Galveston Hurricane
1901-Oil Discovery
1914-1917-World War 1
1920's Prohibition and Women's Right to Vote (Suffrage)
1941-1945-World War II
1950's-1960's- Civil Rights Korean War
1960's-1970's-Vietnam War
1980's-2000-problems, battles and war with Iran, Iraq
Texas in the 1900's
That's all Folks!
landforms
rivers
canyons
climate
4 regions
location
elevation
travel around Texas
Texas remained uninhabited (without settlers) for years.
Finally in 1821, Mexico fought for its independence from Spain.
Thus, Texas was now part of the country of Mexico not Spain.
Texas became the state of Mexico called Coahuila y Texas, meaning Coahuila and Texas together.
Basically Texas didn't have a large enough population to be its' own state in Mexico.
Mexican Indepence Day is celebrated on September 16.

Americans, starting with Stephen F. Austin, start to
colonize Texas with the permission of Mexican government.
Troubles arise, disagreements become frequent.
Texans revolt against the Mexican government and it's
President, Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.
1845-1864
Texas became the 28th state in the U.S.
Besides going to war with Mexico over borders, Texas became the place to move to for a new start for many farmers, ranchers, and frontiersmen.
Having Texas also helped the United States expand its' Western boundaries.

Write down 3-5 topics you'd like to learn about this year.
Now after watching this overview, what are some topics that seem to interest you? Are they different than what you listed previously? I'll give you a few minutes, and you will discuss it with a neighbor.
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