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Warfare in the 19th Century (History of Warfare (Raintree

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The pretext for such handouts was that the donations would allow government officials to exercise oversight over the roads themselves. The average yearly rainfall is 114 cm (45 in), mostly during the summer months. This limitation left the whole remaining mass of power subject to the clause reserving it to the States or to the people, and rendered unnecessary any specification of reserved rights. Many of the domestic animals that are important in the economy of the state—cattle, horses, sheep, goats, and hogs—were introduced by the Spanish, but some 150 mammals are native to Texas.

Pages: 80

Publisher: Raintree (March 1999)

ISBN: 0817254498

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