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1 Turbulent Times in Utah Territory Chapter 8

2 Bell Activity  Get out all the work you have for Utah Studies.  Work on any incomplete portions of the study guide including the map and essay prompt.  Where should your backpack be? This is still a no gum class. Please dispose of it properly!

3 Bell Activity  Your words are “rebellious” and “harass”  Find the word on your study guide and complete the following information for the word.  Find the definition using a glossary.  Use your own knowledge and experience to complete the rest of the definition.  Finish the back of your Paiute video guide!  Where should your backpack be? This is still a no gum class. Please dispose of it properly!

4 Word: rebellious My Understanding: Definition:Draw a picture of it: Sentence: Synonym/ Example: Antonym/Non- Example: Does your work look something like this?

5 Word: rebellious My Understanding: Definition:Draw a picture of it: Sentence: The rebellious teenager Partied with his friends until 3am. Synonym/ Example: disloyal, disobedient Antonym/Non- Example: loyal, comply Does your work look something like this?

6 Word: harass My Understanding: Definition:Draw a picture of it: Sentence: Synonym/ Example: Antonym/Non- Example: Does your work look something like this?

7 Word: harass My Understanding: Definition:Draw a picture of it: Sentence: The Mormon militia harassed Johnston’s Synonym/ Example: annoy, bully, torment Antonym/Non- Example: sooth, comfort, calm Does your work look something like this?

8 Today we will learn about… History Objective – We will be able to describe how the Utah War affected Utah. Behavior Objective – Work Ethic: We will stay on task to complete our work. Language Objective – We will read and listen for important details then write them in our notes.

9 Agenda Read pages with your group, answering question i-xi on the reading guide. If you finish the front side of the reading guide, work with your group to finish the Paiute video paper. Finish your Paiute video guide, especially the back. We will turn it in at the end of the hour. Work on your study guide when you are finished with the other two activities. Start with questions 15-21, then 1-14, and finally 22- end

10 Bell Activity  Your word is “massacre”  Find the word on your grey study guide and complete the following information for the word.  Find the definition using a glossary.  Use your own knowledge and experience to complete the rest of the definition.  Where should your backpack be? This is still a no gum class. Please dispose of it properly!

11 Word: massacre My Understanding: Definition:Draw a picture of it: Sentence: Synonym/ Example: Antonym/Non- Example: Does your work look something like this?

12 Word: massacre My Understanding: Definition: the killing of a large number Draw a picture of it: of people Sentence: The tensions from the arrival of Johnston’s army led to the massacre of the Fancher wagon train in Utah. Synonym/ Example: mass murder, slaughter Antonym/Non- Example: save, preserve Does your work look something like this?

13 Today we will learn about… History Objective – We will be able to describe how the Utah War affected Utah. Behavior Objective – Work Ethic: We will stay on task to complete our work. Language Objective – We will read and listen for important details then write them in our notes.

14 Turbulent Times: The Utah War The Utah WarMountain Meadows Massacre Kane & CummingsResults of the War

15 The Utah War Fear and misunderstanding, along with rumors from runaway officials convinced President Buchanan that Utah territory was rebelling against the U.S. Popular sentiment was not with the Mormons. James Buchanan

16 Rumors stir fears among Utahns When word arrived that an army was coming to Utah Territory, fear and memories of previous persecution filled the LDS community. Orders were issued to protect the people of Utah and plan what to do when the army arrived. Fortifications created by the Utah militia in Echo Canyon.

17 A Wagon Train Wagon trains now regularly stopped in Salt Lake City to restock on their way to California and other destinations. The Fancher Party was just such a group traveling through Utah at the wrong time. Route of the Fancher Wagon Train

18 An Atmosphere of Fear The Fanchers received a hostile reception from the typically friendly Mormons. They continued on their way to California, but never reached their destination. One of the memorials at the massacre site.

19 The Mountain Meadows Massacre

20 Aftermath The massacre was blamed on the Paiutes at first. Later John D. Lee was tried and executed for the massacre. He was the only perpetrator to be punished for the crime. John D. Lee

21 Thomas Kane & Alfred Cummings Kane traveled to Utah to investigate the situation. He worked with the new territorial governor, Alfred Cummings, to find a peaceful solution. They agreed that Johnston’s Army would stay in Utah, but would not be in Salt Lake City. Thomas Kane

22 Camp Floyd Near Fairfield, the army built Camp Floyd. The Mormons moved back to their homes and businesses. Soon more outsiders came to sell to the soldiers and the LDS community. The days of isolation were over. The people of Utah had to come to terms with non-Mormons in the area. Johnston’s Army marching through Salt Lake City.

23 Part of the “Wild West” The soldiers were not welcome in Utah, but they helped Utah in some ways. Cash & jobs Auctions of army surplus Animals & crops Other effects were not as pleasant. Gambling Cattle rustlers & outlaws prostitution Photograph of Camp Floyd

24 The Soldier Leave for the Civil War After about three years, the Civil War began in the east and Johnston’s army was recalled. Many of the soldiers who were stationed there fought each other in the war. At least 98 became general in the war. 50, including Johnston, fought for the South 48 for the North Soldiers at Camp Floyd

25 Governor Cummings Leaves Cummings tried to work with the Mormon community while upholding the law. A few months before the soldiers departed, he and his family left Utah. “A community is seldom seen more marked by quiet and peaceable diligence, than that of the Mormons.” -Cummings Governor Cummings

26 The Outcome of the Utah War From , few people besides the Mormons and Indians lived in the Utah Territory. With the Utah War, ever greater numbers of people with diverse backgrounds began to came to the state. Soldiers, merchants, suppliers, miners, railroaders & other religious denominations. Foundations of the SLC Temple

27 “A Peculiar People” The Utah war also had an impact on the territory’s relationship with the rest of the nation. Although many of the rumors that were spread turned out to be false, others (especially those about polygamy) were true. The rest of the nation thought that Utahns were different at best, rebellious at worst. It would take four decades and a lot of work for Utah to at last achieve statehood. Salt Lake City with a partially completed temple.

28 Bell Activity  Your word is “diverse”  Find the word on your grey study guide and complete the following information for the word.  Find the definition using a glossary.  Use your own knowledge and experience to complete the rest of the definition.  Where should your backpack be? This is still a no gum class. Please dispose of it properly!

29 Word: diverse My Understanding: Definition:Draw a picture of it: Sentence: Synonym/ Example: Antonym/Non- Example: Does your work look something like this?

30 Word: diverse My Understanding: Definition: differing from one another Draw a picture of it: Sentence: MLMS is a diverse school, with students from many different backgrounds. Synonym/ Example: varied; multicultural Antonym/Non- Example: similar, homogenous Does your work look something like this?

31 Bell Activity  Review quietly for your counties test.  Where should your backpack be? This is still a no gum class. Please dispose of it properly!


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