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Guided Reading Activity 18-1 NOTES. 1. Colorado and Nevada 1. Colorado and Nevada Copper, lead & zinc Copper, lead & zinc 2. To ship metals east and bring.

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1 Guided Reading Activity 18-1 NOTES

2 1. Colorado and Nevada 1. Colorado and Nevada Copper, lead & zinc Copper, lead & zinc 2. To ship metals east and bring food and supplies to the miners in the west. Also, to make travel easier 2. To ship metals east and bring food and supplies to the miners in the west. Also, to make travel easier 3. The Civil War caused a shortage of beef 3. The Civil War caused a shortage of beef

3 4. The herding of cattle 1,000 miles or more to meet the railroads 4. The herding of cattle 1,000 miles or more to meet the railroads 5. Chisholm Trail & Goodnight Loving Trail 5. Chisholm Trail & Goodnight Loving Trail 6. A. overgrazing 6. A. overgrazing B. overproduction B. overproduction C. severe winters killing the cattle C. severe winters killing the cattle

4 7. Factors 7. Factors A. Railroads A. Railroads B. Climate made for farming B. Climate made for farming C. Free land C. Free land

5 8. Congress passed this law in 1862 giving 160 acres of land free to any settler who paid the $10 and lived on the land for 5 years 8. Congress passed this law in 1862 giving 160 acres of land free to any settler who paid the $10 and lived on the land for 5 years 9. Oklahoma Territory 9. Oklahoma Territory 10. Buffalo 10. Buffalo

6 11. the government wanted to move Native Americans to reservations 11. the government wanted to move Native Americans to reservations 12. Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse 12. Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse 13. Wounded Knee 13. Wounded Knee

7 14. To get the Native Americans to become farmers and eventually U.S. citizens – also to break up the tribes 14. To get the Native Americans to become farmers and eventually U.S. citizens – also to break up the tribes 15. Farmers Alliance & Populist Party 15. Farmers Alliance & Populist Party 16. The democratic candidate, William Jennings Bryan, who was supported by farmers, was defeated in the 1896 election by William McKinley 16. The democratic candidate, William Jennings Bryan, who was supported by farmers, was defeated in the 1896 election by William McKinley


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