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Sam Houston accepted Mexico's offer of land in Texas and led settlers into the state to begin a new life. True False
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User: Sam Houston accepted Mexico's offer of land in Texas and led settlers into the state to begin a new life. True False

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Asked 5/31/2013 9:55:54 AM
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Sam Houston accepted Mexico's offer of land in Texas and led settlers into the state to begin a new life. FALSE.
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