13. 2 Cattle Kingdoms 1865 – John Wilkes Booth assassinates President Abraham Lincoln 1866 – Texas Trail drives begin



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Texas History

Fort Burrows

13.2 - Cattle Kingdoms

1865 – John Wilkes Booth assassinates President Abraham Lincoln

1866 – Texas Trail drives begin

1870 – Texas is readmitted into the Union, United States

15th Amendment – Rights to African American Men

1874 – Red River Wars

1881 – the Open Range of Texas Closes

1883 – University of Texas at Austin 1st Student

1888 – Current Capitol building in Austin is completed
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The Texas cattle industry enjoyed huge growth after the Civil War. This led to large cattle drives and the establishment of vast cattle ranches.

The 1st Cattle drive from Texas; Spain entered the American Revolution to fight with the colonies against England in 1779. Bernardo de Gálvez seized the British forts along the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico. To feed his soldiers, he had 10,000 longhorns rounded up in Texas and drove to his troops. Galveston, Texas was named after him.

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