Indians and Rangers in 19th Century Texas

Museum Exhibit or ProgramThe Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum’s Indians and Rangers in 19th Century Texas virtual exhibit examines the pervasive myth that Rangers have always been Anglo males. Since 1823 Rangers have counted Hispanics, African Americans, and especially in the early years, American Indians in their ranks. Take a look at the various native groups, including the Karankawa, Tonkawa, Comanches, Waco, an Lipan Apache, living in the Texas frontier who worked with Texas Rangers and other settlers in various ways.
Start Date/Time:2015-08-05 12:20:00
End Date/Time:2016-08-03 12:20:00
Source:Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum
Grade Level:Both
TEKS:4.1(A), 4.1(B), 4.1(D), 4.1(C), 4.3(B), 7.2(A), 7.2(B), 7.2(C), 7.2(D), 7.2(E), 7.2(F), 7.3(A), 7.3(B), 7.4(A), 7.6(A), 7.6(B), 7.6(C), 7.6(D)
Topics:Prehistory, Spanish Texas, Mexican Texas, Texas Revolution, Republic of Texas

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