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Jeopardy The West The West 2 The West 3Industry Industry 2 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 The belief that the United States should expand from Sea to Shining sea.
$100 Answer from H1 Manifest Destiny
$200 Question from H1 This couple led the first settlers to the Oregon Territory, they hoped to work as missionaries.
$200 Answer from H1 Narcissa and Marcus Whitman
$300 Question from H1 What event led to massive population growth in California leading to it becoming a state so quickly.
$300 Answer from H1 The California Gold Rush
$400 Question from H1 Where did Wagon Trains on the Oregon Trail begin their journey?
$400 Answer from H1 Fort Independence
$500 Question from H1 What led to conflict between Native Americans and the U.S. Cavalry in the Black Hills of S. Dakota?
$500 Answer from H1 Miners ignored the boundaries of the Indian Reservation and flooded the land when gold was discovered.
$100 Question from H2 Event ended by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the United States added the southwest following this conflict.
$100 Answer from H2 The Mexican American War
$200 Question from H2 What were two problems encountered by underground miners?
$200 Answer from H2 Lung problems, poison gas, cave ins, flooding
$300 Question from H2 This famous silver strike led to increased population in Nevada.
$300 Answer from H2 Comstock Lode
$400 Question from H2 This famous town, now a ghost town boomed near the Comstock Lode in Nevada.
$400 Answer from H2 Virginia City
$500 Question from H2 Describe the problem solved by adopting Standard Time.
$500 Answer from H2 Train schedules would not work properly because each city and town kept track of time differently.
$100 Question from H3 This group of African American settlers moved to Kansas to take advantage of the Homestead Act.
$100 Answer from H3 Exodusters
$200 Question from H3 The last victory for Native Americans during the Indian Wars, also known as Custer’s Last Stand.
$200 Answer from H3 Battle of the Little Big Horn
$300 Question from H3 Attack on Native American’s in Colorado, many Native American men women and children were killed.
$300 Answer from H3 Sand Creek Massacre
$400 Question from H3 African American cavalry unit that fought during the Indian Wars.
$400 Answer from H3 Buffalo Soldiers
$500 Question from H3 These two Indian chiefs refused to surrender to the U.S. army and fled.
$500 Answer from H3 Geronimo and Chief Joseph
$100 Question from H4 After perfecting the light bulb Edison applied for this government document protecting his rights as the inventor.
$100 Answer from H4 A patent
$200 Question from H4 He copied an English textile mill and built the first factory in New England.
$200 Answer from H4 Samuel Slater
$300 Question from H4 What are 2 of the three advantages of a corporation?
$300 Answer from H4 1.stock can be sold to raise $ 2.The corporation can exist after the founder dies. 3. limited risk to investors
$400 Question from H4 The term given for the Industrial period because the wealth of society hid society’s problems.
$400 Answer from H4 Gilded Age
$500 Question from H4 Big business felt unions wanted all members of society to be treated equally, this is known as …
$500 Answer from H4 Socialism
$100 Question from H5 The U.S. steel industry was dominated by him
$100 Answer from H5 Andrew Carnegie
$200 Question from H5 This famous trust dominated the oil industry during the Industrial revolution, name it’s leader
$200 Answer from H5 Standard Oil, John D. Rockefeller
$300 Question from H5 Many industrial innovations were placed on display at this famous event in Philadelphia
$300 Answer from H5 Centennial Exibition
$400 Question from H5 Rich people who donate large sums of $ to charity are called …
$400 Answer from H5 philanthropists
$500 Question from H5 Places where workers labored for long hours in poor conditions were known as …..
$500 Answer from H5 Your Text Here
Final Jeopardy This Native American chief was quoted as saying “We did not give our country to you, you stole it.”
Final Jeopardy Answer Sitting Bull
Modern US History Ch. 18, Section 2 Wars for the West
Conflict Between Peoples Native Americans & The United States Government.
Reconstruction-Immigration VocabularyThe West Native.
Indian Wars. Population changes, growth of cities, and new inventions produced interaction and often conflict between different cultural groups.
CH. 13; SECT. 1 STD: 2.6 The Fight For the West. Stage Set for Conflict Many diff. Native American nations make up the plains Indians Buffalo Main source.
Plains Indian Wars America was determined to acquire the homelands of the Native Americans. The United States used military and social solutions to deal.
Problems in the Great Plains
How did western settlement affect the Plains Indians?
Jeopardy $100 Challenges to Moving West Reasons Why People Moved West Technology of Westward Expansion Native Americans and Westward Expansion The Railroads.
Ch. 18: Growth in the West Westward Expansion
Chapter 19 S3: Indian people in retreat. Sitting Bull Promises made and broken Sitting bull addressed congress on white settlers coming into Indian land.
Key terms dealing with mines? Comstock Lode Boom town Ghost town problems Silver strike in the Sierra Nevadas Town that quickly grew up at a gold strike.
Impact of Westward Movement on Native Americans USII.4a.
Native American History Jackson to Progressive Era: A History of Displacement.
Closing the Frontier. Riches of the West The Comstock Lode- Nevada territory 1857 o Named for an unsuccessful prospector o Richest silver strike in American.
The Role of American Indians and Conflict with White Settlers Western Expansion Unit (Chapters 5 -6)
An Industrial Nation Chapter 5. The American West Section 1.
Westward Expansion U.S. Land Acquired in the 1800s.
Big BusinessInventions & Inventors Words To Know The Work Force $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200.
“HOW THE WEST WAS WON” Plains Indians. PLAINS INDIANS Plains stretched from Central Canada to Southern Texas Native Tribes relied on horses and.
Chapter 18 Industry and Urban Growth
Ch. 6 Sec. 2 Westward Expansion and the American Indians.
Objectives Describe the importance of the buffalo to the Native Americans of the Plains. Explain how Native Americans and settlers came into conflict.
Life in the West Mr. Melendez US History.
Warm-ups (Ch.7 – 09/13) In 1849, miners discovered a precious substance in California: gold. Within a year, prospectors flocked to California determined.
Chapter 17 Section 2 Native Americans Struggle to Survive Objectives Describe the importance of the buffalo to the Native Americans of the Plains. Explain.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Farmers Railroads Native Ameri- cans Settlers Move West Cow Towns Conflicts and Treaties $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
The Plains Wars Removing the Indians from their land.
Bellwork Questions Day One
Objective 4.02 Evaluate the impact that settlement in the West had upon different groups of people and the environment.
More Cultures, More Conflicts. Preview Statement “I will fight for what is rightfully mine.”
The Frontier Experience Mining
■Essential Question ■Essential Question: –What factors led to the settlement of the West during the Gilded Age ( )? ■Warm-Up Question: –Let’s review.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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Big Business and Technological Innovations Standard 11.
5-2.4 EXPLAIN THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF WESTWARD EXPANSION ON NATIVE AMERICANS; INCLUDING OPPOSING VIEWS ON LAND OWNERSHIP, NATIVE AMERICAN DISPLACEMENT,
Removal of Native Americans. Broken Promises When miners first arrived out West in the 1840’s, conflict with Natives began almost immediately. In order.
AMERICAN HISTORY UNIT #1 – SETTLING THE WEST LESSON #3 – NATIVE AMERICANS (83-87)
Chapter 16 Conflict in the West © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.
Eliseo Lugo III“The Trail of Tears”. The United States government made many treaties with the Native Americans not to fight and not to touch certain.
Indian Resistance Hundreds of battles, wars, and massacres took place on the Plains between in an effort to resist reservations and preserve.
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Indian.
First Five Questions Name as many Native American tools/weapons, materials as you can Name as many Native American tools/weapons, materials as you can.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 2 Westward Expansion and the American Indians Compare the ways Native Americans and white settlers viewed.
The Wild West? Themes Peopling American Identity Work Exchange Technology.
Westward Expansion Standard Indian removal policies Policies of the federal government towards the Native Americans changed in response to the.
Culture Clash Chapter 13, section 1 Main ideas and key terms The cattle industry boomed in the late 1800’s, as the culture of the Plains Indians declined.
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