if you don´t make gates, we will make them for you.
oil! oil! oil!
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Q1. how did the texas legislature help bring an end to "range wars"? the issue was when texas was in a drought in 1883 and the cattle started dying of thirst.ranchers snip the barbed wire.a gainesville farmer had found a note saying "if you don't make gates, well make them for you".
Q2. describe what life was/is like in the oil fields. thousands of people came looking for work in the oil industry. farmers were looking for new jobs. a few women and children lived in theses towns. people were more concerned with dilling than planning.
Q3.how was the arrival of rail lines in texas important to farmers. railroads brought rapied expansion of people,business, and cities across the state. ranching wasn't the only industry with a major impact on the texas economy during the late 1800s.