Unit One Test Natural Texas and its People

Question Answer
The Caddo that originally lived in East Texas were also living in which geographic region? Coastal Plain
Natural Texas and Its People is considered a Texas era. Why? It defines a time for study of both geographic causes and historical effects on Texas History.
What characteristic describes the era of Natural Texas and Its People in Texas history? American Indian Tribes lived in Texas and adapted to the environment.
In which region of Texas did the Comanches live? Great Plains
All American Indian groups in early Texas adapted to and used their environment to meet their needs. True
Which Indian group lived in the Mountain and Basin Region? The Jumano
How were the Coahuiltecan and the Karankawa different? Only the Karankawa diet included seafood found on the coast.
The Apache and Comanche were similar in that they were nomads who depended on buffalo for survival. True
What was the major geographical landform that helped start cities? Rivers
What geographical region of Texas is Houston in? Gulf Coastal Plains
What geographical region of Texas is Dallas in? Gulf Coastal Plains
Fort Worth is in the Central Plains. True
El Paso is in the Mountain and Basin geographical region. True
What geographic region is the Palo Duro Canyon located? Great Plains
What geographic region is Big Bend National Park located? Mountains and Basins region
What physical feature do the Great Plains and the Coastal Plains regions have in common? Flat land suitable for farming or ranching
East Texas gets more rain than West Texas. True
How does the geography of the Great Plains differ from the Coastal Plains in Texas? Coastal Plains has more rivers.
When traveling from east to west across the state of Texas, which of the following describes the changes in physical geography that occur? The elevation increases.
Mountains and Basins region has the most poverty. True
What object allowed the storage of surplus crops for the Native Texans? Baskets
What Native Texan tribe used dugout canoes, arrow heads, and cane traps? The Karankawa