Social and Cultural Institutions By: jocelyn

10 Facts

  1. Texans in the 1850s supported the idea of education

2. Students sometimes preferred school then work.

3. Texas had a large number of newspapers.

4. The telegraph allowed people to communicate across vast distances by sending coded signals over wires.

5. Texans had very little books.

6. Most of Texas slaves worked on farms

7. Men Slaves worked as carpenters and as blacksmiths.

8. Slaves worked at least six days a week.

9. Slaves clothing was the worst kind.

10. Slaves and songs while they worked.

The End

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Created with images by Anosmia - "International Slavery Museum" • Boston Public Library - "Shall freedom or slavery triumph" • KlausHausmann - "handcuffs caught crime"

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