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Guided reading 18.3

  1. 1. Name Class Date CHAPTER 18 Guided Reading Strategies 18.3 Texas and the Civil WarREADING THE SECTION As you read the section, match the person in the right columnwith the correct description in the left column.______ 1. This colonel led Texas forces into New Mexico a. John B. Magruder Territory and claimed the area. b. Nathaniel Banks______ 2. This general took three Texas regiments to seize the Southwest for the Confederacy. c. Santos Benavides______ 3. This Confederate general made plans to d. Tom Green recapture Galveston. e. Sarah “Sally” Scull______ 4. This colonel boarded the Neptune and the f. John R. Baylor Bayou City to attack Union ships. g. William B. Franklin______ 5. This Union general planned to invade Texas through Sabine Pass. h. Edmund J. Davis______ 6. This Confederate lieutenant and the Davis i. Henry H. Sibley Guards protected Sabine Pass. j. Richard Dowling______ 7. This Union general commanded forces that captured Brazos Island.______ 8. This Texan led wagon trains loaded with cotton across the border to Matamoros.______ 9. This Union colonel captured Rio Grande City.______10. This colonel was the highest-ranking Mexican American to serve in the Confederate army.POST-READING QUICK CHECK After you have finished reading the section, in thespace provided, explain why the Confederacy wanted to seize the Southwest—fromNew Mexico to California.Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved.Holt Texas! 70 Guided Reading Strategies

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