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.
Here are the notes for our cause and effect graphic organizer on the Mexican Revolution. Remember that these may not be used on quizzes or binder checks.
These links will take you to the reading and questions for Cabeza de Vaca. Both of these are due Friday, the 13th of October, 2017. Remember that the questions must be answered with complete sentences.
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.
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.
Here you will find our class Cornell Notes comparing and contrasting the Texas and United States Constitutions.
Here you will find a final exam semester review, which you can download and print as needed.
Part VI of Isaac’s Storm comprises only one chapter, which details the eventual fate of many of the characters involved with the story.
Summary Pages: 250–259 In “A Letter from Moore”, Willis Moore (chief of the U.S. Weather Bureau) begins to defend both his agency’s decisions and Isaac’s actions on the day of the storm. To do this, he deliberately hides the truth and in some cases outright lies about the situation. He states
The city recovers from the storm and attempts to deal with the dead bodies. There is no time or space for burying, so they attempt to bury them “at sea” by dumping hundreds of bodies from a barge into the Gulf of Mexico. Unfortunately, many of the bodies land back on the shore, making the problem worse. City leaders are left with no choice but to burn the bodies in large piles. Rumors, often racist in nature, begin to spread through the town. The smell of death permeates every part of Galveston Help begins to arrive from various sources. Some of the gifts are not very useful, but some are life-saving.