See how well you know Texas with these 10 questions about Texas history and trivia.
1 -- only Davy Crockett
Stephen F. Austin introduced them when bringing settlers into Texas.
Christopher Columbus brought them to Santa Domingo and they were later introduced into the mainland and herded northward to what is now Texas.
They were a gift from President Andrew Jackson to Sam Houston.
All of the Above
Texas reserved the right to secede from the Union.
It gave Texas the option to divide into four states.
The offshore boundaries of Texas extend 10 miles, instead of the traditional 3 miles of most state's boundaries.
It gave Texas the right to fly the Texas flag the same height as The United States flag.
All of the above.
Texas is the second biggest state in the United States.
The Texas state motto is "Friendship".
Texas got its name from the Caddo Indian word "tejas", meaning "those who are friends".
Eva Longoria, Renée Zellweger, Steve Martin, Buddy Holly, and Joan Crawford are among the many famous people born in Texas.
The three largest cities in Texas are Houston, Dallas, and Austin.
From Jose Frederico Alamo, the first Governor of San Antonio
From St. Alamo, patron saint of lost causes
From the cottonwood tree
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