Cultural and slavery institutions LesSOn 3 and 4


Some Texas slaves were willing to risk their lives to escape slavery by fleeing to Mexico where slavery was illegal.

Abolitionist were generally not welcome in Texas and many were harassed or attacked for expressing their opinions.

In the 1850's people supported the idea of education.

Some towns like San Antonio and some German communities did build schools.

The early Texas schools combined strict discipline with a broad course of study.

Some churches opens libraries, it was generally a scarce on the frontier, for people.

Telegraphs.; allowed people to communicate across vast distances by sending coded signals over wires.

Spirituals; religious folk songs

Abolition; to end, this case talking about slavery

Among those who opposed slavery in Texas were many Mexican Americans and European immigrants.

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Created with images by jonclegg - "Texas Bluebonnets" • Patrick Feller - "Houston Skyline, from Old MKT Railroad Trestle over White Oak Bayou, near Studemont & I-10, Houston, Texas 0330090947BW" • BPPrice - "Independence"

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