Evaluate the impact that settlement in the West had upon different .ppt by suchufp


									         Evaluate the impact that
settlement in the West had upon
  different groups of people and
           upon the environment

                        Week 4 Day 2
Macro Concepts
Migration-the mass movement of people from one place to
Environment-Location affected by people, animals and weather.
Status-Rank or level of a person based on wealth/education.
Resources-Items that can be used for benefit or making things.
Conflict-Problem or issue that is controversial and can cause
  problems with compromise.

Micro Concepts
Assimilation-The act of foreigners mixing/blending in with the
   existing population.
     Transcontinental Railroad and its Construction
   Train tracks were built across the entire United States from
    connecting West to East and North to South.
   Construction took place from the 1860s to 1910s.
   The work was very dangerous due to terrain [cliffs, valleys and
    mountains] weather [extreme heat and cold] and equipment used
   Irish and Chinese immigrants were early laborers who roughed the
    harsh conditions for low wages.
   One of the most disgraceful events in U.S. history.
   Cheyenne and Arapaho Nation peoples were mostly friendly with
    U.S. citizens near their territories.
   In 1864 the U.S. Civil War was still being fought and Union armies
    were on high alert to threats.
   The Cheyenne Chief Black Kettle approached the U.S. Army Fort
    Lyon in Colorado.
   U.S. Army Colonel Chivington may have misunderstood or felt
    threatened by the Chief.
   The result was the slaughter and mutilation by the U.S. Army of
    over 100 Native Americans including women and children.
                         Sand Creek Massacre
              Battle of Little Bighorn
   One of the most embarrassing defeats in U.S. Military
   During a patrol Lt. Colonel George Custer encountered a
    massive camp of Lakota and Cheyenne.
   Custer launched an attack in three directions
    underestimating the Natives.
   Custer and all of his troops but one were defeated and
    killed under the leadership of Lakota Chief Sitting Bull.
                           Buffalo Soldiers
   One of the first all black army units in the United States.
   The 10th Cavalry Regiment was formed in 1866 to fight in the U.S.
    Civil War.
   The soldiers received their nickname from the Native tribes they
   According to historians it was because of both their dark skin and
    dark curly hair that similar to the buffalo. Also the ferocity with
    which they fought.
                      Wounded Knee Massacre
   The U.S. Government had banned the Ghost Dance for all Native
   The Ghost Dance was when Natives led by a Chief or spiritual
    leader would call the spirits to help them.
   The U.S. Government believed the dance threatened peace with
    the natives.
   On December 29, 1890 at Wounded Knee Creek, South Dakota
    over 150 Sioux were killed by U.S. Army troops after tried to
    disarm the Sioux during a ceremony.
                          Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce
   Chief Joseph was the leader of the Nez Perce Nation
    located in what is now Oregon.
   U.S. Forces attempted to remove the Nez Perce Nation to
    a reservation in Idaho.
   His people refused and fought the U.S. Army.
   Under Joseph’s leadership the Nez Perce were able to
    resist by using effective military tactics.
   Eventually the Nez Perce fled to Canada to avoid U.S.
    Forces but later returned and accepted life on the
    Reservation System and the Dawes Act
   In 1891 Senator Henry Dawes led the passage of the Dawes Act
    [a.k.a. the Dawes Severalty Act]

   To solve the Indian Problem land was reserved [set aside] to
    remove from their lands.

   Vast areas called reservations were created to make room for
    American settlers. “Indians” were required to live on these
Frederick Jackson Turner and Helen Hunt Jackson
   Two American authors who chronicled [wrote about] the
    effects of Western expansion were Frederick Jackson Turner
    and Helen Hunt Jackson.
   Turner explained that settlement of the Western Frontier was
    important but would lead to overseas expansion later on.
   Jackson wrote a book called A Century of Dishonor that
    criticized the injustice and mistreatment of Native-
    Americans by the United States.
               Assignment: What if?
   After thinking about the events you learned involving Western
    Expansion you need to think about how things could have been
    different [you may make things better or worse].

   Select one of the events/incidents that occurred and explain about
    how things could or should have been different. What if things
    happened differently?

You can do one of the following:

[a] 8-panel cartoon strip
[b] diary entry
[c] speech
[d] newspaper/magazine article
[e] poster/advertisement
[f] foldable brochure
                         IMAGE SOURCES
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Buffalo_soldiers1.jpg
   http://www.theworldwonders.com/industrial/railroad.jpg
   http://journeystories.org/plugins/ExhibitBuilder/ImageAudioVideoEmbeds/ChineseLaborer.jpg
   http://api.ning.com/files/*pK2zhilSFVU30hqX7sKsXr-
   http://www.myimagezone.com/lib/Thumb.aspx?f=/data/0/82/82666.JPG&l=400
   http://home.comcast.net/~zebrec/imgs/Ghost_dance.jpg
   http://www.believersministry.org/Partners/First%20Nations/ChiefJoseph5-500.jpg
   http://www.sonofthesouth.net/union-generals/sioux-indians/pictures/indian-village.jpg
   http://www.mpl.org/images/wall_turner.jpg
   http://www.coloradocollege.edu/library/SpecialCollections/Manuscript/HHJphoto1.jpg
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Chiving1.jpg
   http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/03/Chief_Black_Kettle.jpg
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sitting_Bull_2.jpg
   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Chief_Joseph_and_family.JPG

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