The Texas Rangers and American Inians By rodrigo chavez

Texas Governor Goerge T. Wood called out the Texas rangers to help federal troops.

While the Rangers worked to defend settlers on the open plains.

Texas policies encouraged settlers to move west.

Texas Ranger Jack Hayes had orders to establish a road from San Antonio to El Paso.

One of the reasons Hays,was scouting for a route to El Paso was to help people looking to settle in the west.

Before long, settlers had moved into areas west of the original line of forts.

The line of forts did not stop conflicts between Texans and American Indians.

The federal Government with the cooperation of the state created two reservation in Texas.

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