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The Old West
Past Grand Masters of Dakota I.O.O. F., 1890, at Deadwood, S.D. A.E. Clough, A.E.Nugent, H.J. Rowe, Wm. A. Bently, F.W. Miller, F.S. Emeison. A.G. Smith, R.R. Briggs, Zina Richey, H.J. Rice
US Army Artillery
General Miles and Staff in the Dakota Territory
General Miles Near Large Lakota Indian Camp
Hostile Sioux Indians
Cowboys Branding Calves on Roundup
The old cabin home
A Chinese Funeral in the Old West
Devil's Tower. With water scene from east side, 1200 high, 800 diameter. Description furnished free
Indian Wearing a War Bonnet
Band of Indians
Indians Getting Beef at Pine Ridge
Lakota Indian Chiefs
Oglala Indian Chief
Passenger Train in the Old West
Workers Blasting Rock on a Mountain as they Build the Railroads
A Renegade Indian in Buffalo Head-Dress, Holding a Big Rifle
Big Foot's Village on Reservation
Cowboys Roping Mustangs
Soldiers with Indian Scouts and Artillery
Indian Squaws in Camp
The famous and the infamous have called Deadwood and the Black Hills home over the last several centuries. Lewis and Clark, Wild Bill Hickok, Wyatt Earp,
TotemPolesTotemPoles Totem poles is a object which represents native families kinships and stories. The culture of Totem Poles started since the late.
Wounded knee By Cadet N. L.. The Wounded Knee Massacre occurred on the banks of Wounded Knee Creek about twenty five miles west of current day town of.
NOTES: Development of the West. 1)Transcontinental Railroad a)RR b/w east & west b)Growth of towns & cities c)Irish & Chinese laborer.
“HOW THE WEST WAS WON” Plains Indians. PLAINS INDIANS Plains stretched from Central Canada to Southern Texas Native Tribes relied on horses and.
1598 the Spanish introduce the … America 1819.
Moving West After The Civil War
* The West Web * Buffalo Soldiers Buffalo Hunters Hydraulic Miners Cattle Ranchers Homesteaders Transcontinental RR Laborers.
Period 2, 5, & 6 We will examine the importance of the buffalo and the conflict over land in the West. Chapter 5.1 Notes Chapter 5.2 Reading Westward.
Native American Struggles The Battle for the West.
Chapter 13 Changes on the Western Frontier. Following the Civil War, the US continued to expand and become more and more industrialized. Railroads played.
Sioux Indians The Lakota also known as Teton, Tetonwan ("dwellers of the prairie"), Teton Sioux) are a Native American tribe.
Conflict in the West Pgs
Chapter 5 Part 1: The Native Americans Government policy and conflict.
Native Americans In the West: The Last Stand.
Hosted by Ms. Muson, Your Loving Teacher & Coach.
BY: Autumn Hefty, Sarah Burrier, Richie Cucura, and Alyssa Tufano
Group Presentations You will have two days to prepare a group PowerPoint presentation on one of the following: – Sand Creek Massacre, Chochise, John M.
THE SOUTH AND WEST TRANSFORMED PART II: THE NEW WEST.
Bell Work Why were the Intolerable Acts passed? What were the terms of the Intolerable Acts? This Day in History: April 20, Colonel Robert E. Lee.
Battles for the West. Cochise – Chiricahua Apache Image: Fort Tularosa Apache Pass.
Plains Indian Wars America was determined to acquire the homelands of the Native Americans. The United States used military and social solutions to deal.
Reasons people moved west?? Cheap land Gold and minerals To get away from post Civil War problems in the south Jobs – mining, farming, cowboys,
Objectives: 1.Explain why Native Americans and settlers came into conflict. 2.Describe how the destruction of the buffalo herds affected the Plains Indians’
A Wake For An Indian Warrior A Wake For An Indian Warrior.
Life in the West Mr. Melendez US History.
Chapter 5, section 1. Pronounced “Sue” One of the great Native American tribes of the Great Plains.
An Expanding Nation By: Karsyn Frank #: 9. The Transcontinental Railroad The Transcontinental Railroad was built by two companies, The Union Pacific,
On the morning of December 29, 1890, the Sioux chief Big Foot and some 350 of his followers camped on the banks of Wounded Knee creek. Surrounding their.
What were the physical features and climate like in the Great Plains during West Migration?
Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman © 2008 CHAPTER 16 THE CONQUEST OF THE WEST The American Nation: A History of the United States, 13th edition.
The Plains Indians lived in the middle region of the United States. This is roughly west of the Mississippi River and east of the Rocky Mountains.
Ball State University Geology Field Course 2000 Part 1: South Dakota and Trip over Bighorn Mountains.
Bellwork Questions Day One
Following the Civil War, the westward movement of settlers intensified in the vast region between the Mississippi River and the Pacific. The.
Era of Economic Development Who originally brought cattle to Texas?
Group Work 1 by Marco Cannon The U.S. Census Bureau data from 2010 revealed that the top 5 states where men outnumbered women were as follows: Alaska.
AMERICAN HISTORY UNIT #1 – SETTLING THE WEST LESSON #3 – NATIVE AMERICANS (83-87)
Westward Expansion. Indian Assimilation The reservation system poor farming lands American Indian Citizenship Elk v. Wilkins (1884) The Dawes Act.
The Indian Problem. Introduction The advance of the mining frontier alarmed the Indians of the plains and mountains, who felt that they must fight to.
Fate of the Indians. Sioux Originally from Northern Minnesota Nomadic, hunted bison, skilled hunters & fighters on the horse Shared labor among husband.
The Mining Industry Growing industries in the East needed the resources of the West. Settlers move to the West’s mountain states to find these riches.
Native American Struggles Chap. 18 Sec. 3. Following the Buffalo Many white settler started coming to the Great Plains and upsetting the Native American’s.
Ch.16 The West. Western Migration After Civil War—big migration from East After Civil War—big migration from East Horace Greeley— “Go West Young Man.”
Westward Expansion was a difficult time for some people and a convenient and good time for others. It was a time that changed America in so many different.
The West. The Last Frontier The Great Plains, Rocky Mountains and the Great Basin Made up the area west of Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wisconsin.
A family of Plains Indians in front of their tepee.
How did western settlement affect the Plains Indians?
Objective 4.02 Evaluate the impact that settlement in the West had upon different groups of people and the environment.
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