Growth in the American West HEALY - BAVPA. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN: Miners and railroad builders led to settlement of the West. Native Americans struggled to maintain their way of life. Western farmers faced many challenges. THE FRONTIER.
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Immigration Jeopardy. Play Game. Instructions. Evan Smith Period 1. Instructions. There will be five categories, and each category has five questions, ranging from $100 to $500
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Whites Most West: Manifest Destiny or Cruel Conquest?. I. Why White Americans Go West. Mining for Silver and Gold. B. Farmers & the Homestead Act. C . Railroads, Tourists, and the Destruction of the Buffalo . D . Cowboys & Cattle Drives. II. Two Views of the Plains Indians.
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Ch. 26: The Great West and Agricultural Revolution: 1865-1896. AP US History. WHAT MADE WESTWARD EXPANSION POSSIBLE? Transcontinental Railroad (main reason) Land (Homestead Act 1862) People (immigrants) Opportunity for wealth Mining, Livestock and Agriculture. Transcontinental Railroad.
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The First Americans. Native People Led a Nomadic Hunting Lifestyle Depended on the Buffalo for Nearly Everything. American Thirst for Land. Homesteaders moved onto the Plains seeking land to settle and farm.
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13 - 2 : Native Americans Struggle to Survive. Attempts to coexist were abandoned, and removing Native Americans from their lands became standard policy. Anticipatory Set.
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Goal 4.1 & 4.2 . Western Migration White Settlement & Native Americans. Religion. Mormons Joseph Smith Brigham Young. Gold. Gold Rush 1849 Comstock Lode (1859). Land. Homestead Act (1862) Sod houses Morrill Land-Grant Act Oklahoma Land Rush.
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Treaties, Conflict and Reservations: US Policy Towards Indians in the late 1800s. US History: Spiconardi . Government Policy. The government had treated Indians as a foreign nation By the 1870s, the government began to treat Indians as they did African-Americans & immigrants
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Indians . By: Shelby L opaz , Janelle Banner, Lindsay Jarman. Indian life . Horses gave the Indians speed and mobility Buffalo provided many of their basic needs such as: -food -shelter -clothing They believed that powerful spirits controlled events in the natural world.
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Life on the reservation. Reasons for Conflict. Euro-Americans Want land for farming, ranching and mining Believe that uncultivated (un-farmed) land & land with no permanent homes is wasted Often believe that nonwhite people and nonChristians are inferior Native Americans
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Driving cattle long distances to a railroad depot for fast transport and great profit . Long Drive: . Open Range:. Vast areas of grassland owned by the federal government and cattle roamed freely. . Planting seeds deep in the ground where there is some moisture. .
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Movement West . Movement out West . Comparison of Lifestyles Horse and Buffalo Family Life Why are we moving west?. Actions of U.S. Government Towards Native Americans. 1. Bloody Conflicts Sand Creek (1864) Fetterman Massacre/Battle of Hundred Slain (1866) Red River War (1874-1875)
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Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. NE MN Landscape Plan. Land Tenure. 1887 General Allotment Act (Dawes Act) 2/3 land loss 1906 Burk Act forced fee patents Minnesota - Up to 1935: 12,507 allotments made, totaling 892,508 acres; 760,110 acres alienated. Wildlife. Moose
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The American West. Westward Expansion and Conflict. Government Policy on Natives. 1850 and After. Followed President Jackson idea of forcibly removing natives from their land in East and relocate them in the West. Government seizure of native lands and move them to reservations.
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The Dawes Act. 1887 Jonathan Tonel. Thesis. The Dawes Act was an unfair policy by the American government to force the Native Americans to assimilate with the culture. Questions. Who was the main person that created it? What was the overall purpose of this act?
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