TX HISTORY ANDREW BRENNAN
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The Cattle kingdom was when the cattle in texas grew rapidly along with the inventions of the railroad in the 1840s.The railroads were designed to help goods get to their destination faster. The cattle grew rapidly because James and Bob Cator moved to the Panhandle and bought a herd of cattle
The boom and bust at spindletop was the first such cycle the texas oil industry would experience. The Rush at spindletop The boom and bust at spindletop was the first such cycle the texas oil industry would experience. The Rush at spindletop soon led to the depletion of the oil field. By 1904 Spindletop was producing 10,000 barrels of oil per DAY!
The railroads allowed goods to be shipped across the company instead of horses taking two days to get to there destination it took the railroad only half a day.The government decided that railroads were a good idea so they gave them 2,000 acres of land to put railroads on.
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