When a teacher named Hattie Mae White was elected to the Houston ISD School Board in 1958, she became the first black elected official in Texas since Reconstruction in the 1870s. At the time, Houston schools were still segregated. She led the fight for integration. A week after her election, someone shot out
On this page you will find the notes we took on January 9, 2018 for the American Civil War. Remember that you must use your own notes (not the class set) for any open-note quizzes.
On this page, you will find a review for the 2017 fall semester exam, which will cover almost everything we learned in class for the first semester.
In this post, you will find the Cornell Notes we took for Filibusters and Empresarios. Remember that you will need your own copy for any open-notes quizzes or binder checks.
On this page you will find the key for the review we did in class.
In this post you will find a filled-out version of our notes on Spanish missions in Texas. Remember that you must have your own copy of the notes to use on any quizzes or binder checks.
In this post you will find a Cornell Notes version of the notes we took in class on the Explorers of Texas. Remember that you may only use your own set of notes for quizzes or binder checks.
Here you will find a final exam semester review, which you can download and print as needed.
On this page you will find the notes and presentation over four famous U.S. Supreme Court cases that relate to civil rights in Texas.
Using what you have learned from the unit on the Civil Rights Movement, you will create a written plan for the success of a new interest group related to your civil rights. The goal for your interest group should be related to passing a specific law, gaining a specific civil right for a group, or convincing Texas voters to vote for or against a specific issue in an election. Your essay must address a real issue facing Texans today. The issue does not necessarily need to affect you.