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Teacher’s Corner: Church Ethnographies: A West Texas Case Study by Gordon Bronitsky. Winter 1991, vol. 13, no. 1. Pp. 7-9 from AnthroNotes Report about what was learned by college students participating in an ethnographic assignment; includes sample 5-item questionnaire.
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A chart which shows the meaning of the parts of the Texas State Flag
A chart showing the Texas State Capitols.
 A coloring book of the State Symbols of Texas
This activity encourages students to choose an event and to create a monument which would be placed on the captial grounds
A worksheet to help students debate a bill proposed to the Texas Legislature. 
An internet scavenger hut worksheet
European Americans have been having land disputes with Native Americans almost since they arrived in the Americas. Throughout the years, many treaties have been signed involving land rights, but in many cases these treaties have been misleading and sometimes even disregarded.