How did the development of the oil industry lead to urban growth in Texas?
2.Why were longhorn cattle important to the Texas cattle industry?
1# The oil rush made towns boom which were called boomtowns they were rough places not suited for kids and women.they grew with the economic booms,boom towns were busy places and everyone was trying to make money and get rich.such as the city population of sour lake grew very rapidly,the population went from 10000 to 50000.thousands of texans arrived to the boomtowns in days seeking jobs in the oil industry.
.2# During the mid 1800,s the longhorn appeared in texas.the new breed of cow developed as a spanish .breed mixed with english cattle brought by us settlers.the longhorns where adapted to texas weather and conditions
3# Workers varied from job to job some people joined the work unions. organisation .organisations that supported what their workers wanted to work on and do.they where paid just like a regular job and normal work hours.
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