Ppt on great indian leaders

Part Three: Foundations Examples of Successes leading to a New Indian Policy This Powerpoint is subject to continuous revisions. Written and Revised by.

, 2015 at 11:45 a.m. Western New Mexico University  Lakota Sioux overturn Public Law 280 in 1964  Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota  Tribal leaders: Cato Valandra  Referendum  First time, Sioux voted in great numbers Cato Valandra: b. 1921, Rosebud Indian Reservation, S. Dakota, WWII, est. business, in 1954, treasurer of Rosebud Reservation, oversaw influx of federal monies in 1960s, elected tribal chairman in/


Westward Movement Review.  Name the Sioux leader who opposed westward expansion at the Battle of Little Bighorn.  A. Chief Joseph  B. Geronimo  C.

 D. Massacre at Wounded Knee  Who was the leader of the Nez Perce Indians that led people to Canada?  A. Geronimo  B. Chief Joseph  C. Custer  D. Sitting Bull  Who was the leader of the Nez Perce Indians that led people to Canada?  A. Geronimo  B/. Chief Joseph  C. Custer  D. Sitting Bull  After the Civil War, how did many view the Great Plains?  A. A land of opportunity  B/


Unit 9: “Growing Pains”—NP 9-1 Thomas Jefferson’s second term began with great promise due to the popularity of the Louisiana Purchase and putting an.

instead, Jefferson pushed through Congress the Embargo Act, prohibiting all exports to Europe and restricting imports from Great Britain. The embargo crippled the American economy and provoked outrage from American farmers and merchants. Smuggling became/ and the sale. The most notable and prominent Indian leader who rejected the transfer of Indian lands to the whites was Tecumseh (def): Shawnee leader who organized a united Indian resistance against white invasion of Western lands while cultivating/


French and Indian War 1756-1763. Review  Name one thing unique to EACH of the three colonial regions (New England, Middle, Southern).  What was the.

paid to Pontiac created resentment among other Indian leaders, particularly because Pontiac claimed far greater authority than he actually possessed.  Pontiac was a symbol of native resistance to white influence.  Pontiac was an Ottawa leader who became famous for his role in Pontiacs Rebellion (1763–1766), an American Indian struggle against the British military occupation of the Great Lakes region following the British victory in/


Period From Jamestown through the beginning of the French & Indian War.

Colonies Awakening allowed people to express emotions to feel greater intimacy with God. Leaders of the Great Awakening George Whitefield Jonathan Edwards 69 What was the Great Awakening? Religious revival movement Evangelicism – “new birth” considered the ultimate religious/economic aims met with scant success largely due to varied forms of colonial resistance & conflicts with American Indian groups followed by nearly a half-century of the British government’s relative indifference to colonial governance. /


By R. Chidambaram C.V. Raman Medal Public Lecture, Anniversary General Meeting of the Indian National Science Academy, Lucknow, 27 th December, 2013.

design and indigenization of the construction of nuclear power reactors, etc., though they do create a sense of great pride in the country, are difficult to be represented by metrics like papers or patents. All these /experiments with two detectors – CMS (Leader: TIFR, Mumbai) and ALICE (Leader: VECC, Kolkata) – and analysis of data from them. The first signatures of the Higgs boson came from the CMS detector. POLAR SATELLITE LAUNCH VEHICLE (PSLV) – INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANISATIION The countries include /


Unit 5 End of the Indians in the Great Plains 1868-1900.

his release only when his people obeyed the government’s mandate ▪ To return to their reservation ▪ The Indians complied Big Tree  Isa-Tai, a Comanche shaman, united Indians the souther plains  Called for the first Comanche Sun Dance ▪ Took little persuasion by Isa-Tai to convince Indian leaders they had to strike back  Southern Cheyenne, Southern Arapahos, Kiowas, Kiowa-Apache, and Comanche attacked the/


Chapter 3 – Colonial Life

applying reason to ask questions and find answers. Enlightenment thinkers questioned common beliefs and deep-rooted superstitions. The Great Awakening Enlightenment ideas also led some people in the colonies to question long-accepted religious beliefs, looking for/, Seneca, and Tuscarora The Alliance had a constitution and a council of leaders. Most northeastern Native Americans allied with the French. The French and Indian War French built Fort Duquesne in Ohio River Valley, present-day Pittsburgh. British/


Unit 3 Americans in the Great Plains.  U.S. fearful of French control of New Orleans Jefferson used diplomacy with threat of war  Setup Lewis and Clark.

down the river  Collecting traps as they return  Often these “Mountain Men” live with Indians Sometimes married women and picked up a great deal of Indian lifestyle  Each summer Ashley came to a mountain valley with goods and money All Mountain / and cultural identity  Started in Nauvoo, Illinois  Had already been kicked out of Missouri years prior Led by leader Brigham Young  Succeeded founder Joseph Smith who had recently died in Illinois Predominantly followed their own trail, and only briefly/


An Indo-US joint mega-project concept proposal

observatories now being installed the US (LIGO) and in Europe (Virgo and GEO) and would be of great value not only to the gravitational wave community, but to broader physics and astronomy research by launching an era/ Organizational National level DST-DAE Consortium Flagship Mega-project Identify a lead institution and agency Project leader Construction: Substantial Engg project building Indian capability in large vacuum system engg, welding techniques and technology Complex Project must be well-coordinated/


The Great Depression, 1929–1941 Chapter 26 The American Nation

Section 2 Roosevelt tried to boost both industry and farming. His New Deal programs greatly expanded the government’s role in the economy. National Recovery Administration (NRA) Congress/ President urged him to improve the situation of African Americans. FDR invited black leaders to the White House. These unofficial advisers became known as the Black Cabinet./another in search of work. c) took jobs as erosion control agents on Indian reservations. d) found work as miners in West Virginia. The famous novel by/


Unit One: The Wild West The Great Indian Wars Or Frontier Wars.

Bird Canyon, but were sent on retreat in the Battle of Big Hole The leader of the Nez Perce, Chief Joseph, led his people in an escape to Canada known as the Great Flight, but were caught five miles from Canada and sent to Oklahoma. Red/Sitting Bull, but turned into a bloody massacre known as the Massacre of Wooded Knee where three hundred Indians were killed. The Massacre of Wounded Knee ended the Great Indian Wars. Tears on the Plains George A. Custer Battle of Little Big HornThe Ghost Dance Chief Sitting /


Monday 10/14/13 1 Goal: To discuss and describe life of the Plains Indians. Warm up: work with partners on your song/rap/poem or short story. Homework:

promise. This made the Indians very angry. Indian wars spread across the Great Plains for this reason. Great Plains Great Plains 40 In 1851, the Federal Government met with the Indian nations near Fort Laramie in Wyoming. The Government asked the Indians to stay in a limited area. In return, they promised money, domestic animals, agricultural tools, and other goods. The Native American leaders agreed to the government/


Essential terms to know and be able to find: *Himalayas *E. and W. Ghats*New Delhi *Indus River *Deccan Plateau*Calcutta *Hindu Kush *Ganges River*Great.

*Himalayas *E. and W. Ghats*New Delhi *Indus River *Deccan Plateau*Calcutta *Hindu Kush *Ganges River*Great Indian Desert Natural barriers: Sea and mountains- allowed for unique cultural development Fertile river valleys: Indus River Valley- allowed/membership to the British Commonwealth of Nations  every major Indian political party turned it down After the War Great Britain has a new government The Labour Party- leaders had always urged Indian independence British people suffered from war and felt the /


 2011 LDK Associates, LLC 1 Working in Indian Country Revisiting the Basics “…governments or agencies just don’t know us. The biggest letdown of government.

Traditional Leadership Approach Does Not Work! This traditional model of you setting yourself up as the authority figure or leader does not work well in Indian country for this reason— you are working with a sovereign entity! Tribal sovereignty is inherent and has been /as a position of authority in a social structure or as a personal set of characteristics, we may find it a great deal more useful to define leadership as an activity. This allows for leadership from multiple positions in a social structure. /


AP U.S. History Unit 2 The American Revolution. Focus your reading on: How the French and Indian War changed the nature of the relationship between Britain.

against Native American hostilities. Consequently, the Colonists ignored the Proclamation and streamed across the Appalachians following the French and Indian War. Unit 2.3: Pre-Revolutionary British Colonial Policies lead to trouble Ready or Not Here We Come! Unit/did their contributions have on African American rights in American Society? One of the great tragedies of the Revolution was that some of its most important leaders (who espoused doctrine on liberty and freedom of all men) owned slaves. African/


A GREAT LEADER AND FOUNDER OF PAKISTAN. Father of the Nation Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnahs achievement as the founder of Pakistan, dominates everything.

Jinnah died by his devotion to Pakistan". Surat Chandra Bose, leader of the Forward Bloc wing of the Indian National Congress, to sum up succinctly his personal and political achievements. "Mr. Jinnah", he said on his death in 1948, "was great as a lawyer, once great as a Congressman, great as a leader of Muslims, great as a world politician and diplomat, and greatest of all as/


Alexander The Great. Alexander the Great “There is nothing impossible to him who will try.” (quote from Alexander the Great) “There is nothing impossible.

II of Macedon and the Princess Olympias of Epirote Philip II was a great military leader and organizer and Olympias was passionate and hot-tempered Philip II was a great military leader and organizer and Olympias was passionate and hot-tempered Alexander inherited the best /men 16 miles down river. He then marched back 16 miles and engaged King Porus from behind. Alexander drew the Indian cavalry to one flank away from the protection of their elephants and then surrounded them while his foot soldiers came up/


Powwow A Pan-Indian Celebration By: Tina Lo. What is a Powwow? An American Indian inter-tribal gathering, focused on dancing, singing, and family celebration.

Origins/History Powwows today were largely influenced by Indians of the Great Plains in the 1800s Powwows today were largely influenced by Indians of the Great Plains in the 1800s In the old days, Indians would gather at various times of the year / the Grand Entry song with chief/tribal leader of host tribe and visiting leaders entering the arena, leading a procession Drums begin the Grand Entry song with chief/tribal leader of host tribe and visiting leaders entering the arena, leading a procession The/


Seven Year War WAR FOR EMPIRE French & Indian War Winston Churchill: first world war.

all European customs, missionaries from the Moravian Church heavily influenced his views of the Great Spirit. Pricketts Fort constructed in 1774, provided a place of refuge from American Indian attack for early settlers. It was built at the confluence of Pricketts Creek and/ federal control over the spread of slavery into the federal territories. This speech helped establish Lincoln as one of the leaders of the Republican Party. What he said. Now, it so happens that these amendments were framed by the first /


ABSOLUTISM IN THE EAST Rise of Russia In 1700 Russia was scarcely known or cared about in the rest of Europe Little was known about the Russian leader.

medieval European serfs ABSOLUTISM IN THE EAST: FREDERICK SHOWS THE WAY Frederick William, the Great Elector of Brandenburg-Prussia (1640-1688), was one of the European leaders who made the most effective use of the techniques of absolutism In 1640, he / linen as the material of choice for undergarments The fashion caught on and the Dutch soon began importing calicoes (Indian cotton) to the continent The emergence of cotton would fundementally alter the economy ENGLAND SOON DOMINATES COTTON TRADE By /


Chapter 21- The West (1850-1890). The Wars for the West 1. I will be able to identify the different American Indian groups who faced conflict with the.

be able to explain the important resources of the Plains Indians. 4. I will be able to identify the American Indian leaders and the U.S. government officials involved in this set of conflicts. 5. I will be able to explain the outcome of U.S. policy toward American Indians in the West. The Plains Indians Great Plains- 98 th Meridian to Rocky Mtns, north to/


This Land is my Land The Push West 1862-1899. In 1865, at the end of the Civil War 30 million buffalo roamed the Great Plains. Twenty-five years later.

known over time as “The Indian Wars.” Today we are going to study three Indian leaders who became legends during this time period. The primary issue of the Indian Wars was land. The United States/leader refused to go, instead, he gathered 7,000 Indians to southeastern Montana for a summer tribal ritual, the Sun Dance. There he urged them to take a stand against reservation life. During this gathering Sitting Bull shared a vision of white soldiers and horses falling upside down from the sky. He saw a great/


Gandhi: Reckless teenager to father of India. Great Soul Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is known as Mahatma meaning ‘Great Soul’. He was an astute political.

audience with King George V and visits mill workers in Lancashire. These public appearances gain him great publicity and some sympathy for the Indian nationalist cause in Britain. 1942 : Gandhis "Quit India" campaign After his failure at the conference, Gandhi chooses to step down as leader of the Indian National Congress and is side-lined from national politics. When Churchill calls on India to/


Road to Revolution. French and Indian War/Seven Years War Ceded Salutary Neglect Duties Navigation Acts Mercantilism Sugar Act Stamp Act Townshend Acts.

land in dispute was west of the British colonies. This land was previously protected as “Indian Country” The French and Indian War—1754 Great Britain’s national debt nearly doubled during the war British expected Americans to help pay for protection/and prepared throughout the colonies. Spring 1775 – King George III orders British Gen. Thomas Gage to arrest colonial military leaders and seize the stockpiles of illegal weaponry between Boston and Concord.  Paul Revere, William Dawes and Samuel Prescott ride/


French and Indian War Europe’s Seven Years War! Truly the First WORLD WAR CICERO © 2011.

Leading to War Leaders and Battles Immediate Outcome Why It Matters Now CICERO © 2011 CAUSES OF THE WAR CICERO © 2011 Britain and France The conflict known as the Seven Years’ War in Europe and the French and Indian War in America developed/resources. Britain decides to concentrate on North America; Britain invests HUGE amounts of money; Ends with British victory. Fort Necessity/Great Meadows July 3, 1754 They reached Fort Necessity on July 3 rd. Although he and his men fought valiantly, Washington was/


Overview 1. First an abbreviated account of common native worldviews 1. American Indian life is centered on the four seasons and the natural world. 2.

. What may appear to be the most insignificant ritual may actually have great significance in formulating the completeness of the whole. 25 A healing ceremony,/are essential to the continuing process of providing medicine people and spiritual leaders for Native American communities. The changing nature of Native American religious /of the respective tribal religious traditions. 53 54 Sacredness within the traditional Indian religions does not depend upon a hierarchical arrangement of ceremonies or objects,/


The French and Indian War

the strongest navy and army but lacked Indian alliances to fight the French. Review How did the French and the British compare as the French and Indian War began? The French forces had more experienced military leaders but lacked a strong army to fight/necessary to protect the colonies from the French. Review Which statement BEST describes how the French and Indian War led to America’s Revolutionary War? Great Britain gained control of Canada and tried to use Canada’s tax structure on the thirteen colonies./


Imperial Wars & Colonial Protest

. Why should you remember the French and Indian War? French & Indian War 1754-1763 Why should you remember the French and Indian War? Great Britain emerged as the world’s foremost naval/ power. The Peace of Paris of 1763 ended French power in North America. Britain took title to Canada, Spanish Florida, and all the French lands east of the Mississippi River. The French and Indian War left Britain with a large debt. As a result, British leaders/


Modern Asian History chapter 12, sections 4-5 Chapter 13, sections 1-2 Chapter 16, sections 3-4-5 Chapter 21, sections 1-2-3-4 Chapter 22, section 1.

to European ideas had the opposite effect. By the late 1800s, western-educated Indians were spearheading a nationalist movement. In 1885, nationalist leaders organized the Indian National Congress. Its members looked forward to eventual self-rule, but supported /workers lost the security of guaranteed lifetime employment, and confidence was undermined. In the 1990s, charges of corruption greatly weakened Japan’s dominant political party, the LDP. Some younger, reform-minded politicians broke with the LDP, /


The United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland

Great Britain and Ireland Irish Republic gains independence, 1922 6 northern counties of N. Ireland (a.k.a. Ulster) remain with UK Other regions: Scotland, Wales. British possess Jersey, Guernsey, and Isle of Man. Hong Kong given back 7/1/1999. Also own Diego Garcia in Indian/since 2010) Plaid Cymru: Plaid Cymru has three Members of Parliament at Westminster, no 1 leader Scottish National Party: Angus Robertson The Conservatives Traditionally pragmatic politicians Historically practiced “noblesse oblige” /


History’s Most Inspirational Leaders

acts were even covered by newspapers in England and India. In a few short years, Gandhi had become a leader of the Indian community in South Africa. Established Phoenix Settlement, which was a communal living, a way to eliminate ones needless possessions/, decided to leave India in August 1947 On August 15, 1947, Great Britain granted independence to India and to the newly formed Muslim country of Pakistan. 15 million Indians became uprooted from their homes, Hindus and Muslims attacked each other with /


Challenging Boundaries: A historical perspective on the forces that led to genocide against indigenous Americans, killed the great buffalo herds, and bring.

is the Cherokee “Trail of Tears,” but most tribes were moved into reservations, causing great upheaval for many people. Warfare  A relatively small number killed in “Indian Wars;” however, scholars have pointed out that this fact is often true of genocides. / policy; it was justified by applying Locke’s theories to indigenous people and therefore buffalo on the Great Plains. AMERICAN LEADERS ON THE AMERICAN INDIAN George Washington: “For I repeat it, again, and I am clear in my opinion, that policy/


LIGO-India Detecting Einstein’s Elusive Waves Opening a New Window to the Universe An Indo-US joint mega-project concept proposal IndIGO Consortium (Indian.

observatories now being installed the US (LIGO) and in Europe (Virgo and GEO) and would be of great value not only to the gravitational wave community, but to broader physics and astronomy research by launching an era/  National level DST-DAE Consortium Flagship Mega-project  Identify a lead institution and agency  Project leader  Construction: Substantial Engg project building Indian capability in large vacuum system engg, welding techniques and technology  Complex Project must be well-coordinated and/


Revolutionary Fervor 1) Prior to the French and Indian War the British Empire maintained a fairly distant relationship with its American colonies. The.

protests to taxation only solidified the growing sense of inter-colonial unity and cooperation that had developed during the French and Indian war. The growing number of challenges to British authority generated a sense of “American” identity in the colonies. Revolutionary / colonies. Sam Adams and Paul Revere saw this as a great success for the Sons of Liberty and the Patriot cause. The Boston Tea Party (1773) 11) However, some colonial leaders like John Adams and Ben Franklin criticized the act because it/


Text Notes  By the end of the Civil War, about 250,000 Indians lived in the region west of the Mississippi River. Referred to as “the great American.

were sent to the west to subdue the Indians. Requirement posters promised Calvary could claim anything taken from the Indians. The federal gov’t felt this was necessary to maintain control. Sitting Bull  A spiritual leader and medicine man of the Sioux. /Agriculture  Helped farmers adapt to their new environment.  1862  Taught dry farming Harsh Weather  The climate of the Great Plains created hardships for families.  Winter on the plains often brought blizzards.  Summer heat was also very fierce. The/


Does Receiving Traditional Healing as a Vocational Service Lead to More Successful Outcomes? Post Employment Training American Indian Rehabilitation Cycle.

American church ceremony. c. Family members were and continue to advocate and educate others on the American Indian Religious Freedom Act. Spiritual Leaders/Helpers Mary Webster, spiritual helper, member of the Menominee Tribe. a. Carey interviewed Ms. Webster on/, with 5 responses returned. Data was for the 2010 and 2011 fiscal years. Surveys were received from: Great Lakes Inter Tribal Council-Pat Lerch Inupiat Community-Dallas Lee Drower Menominee Nation-Norman Shawanokasic Oneida Nation-Micah Nickey/


The American Revolution Unit Two

because of sugar trade Most valuable resource in New France- beaver fur Fur trappers (voyageurs) trapped beaver, recruited Indians into fur business Traveled deep into wilderness, created ecological disaster by eliminating most of beaver population II. New /rule Generals poor, soldiers well trained Fighting far from home American Pluses and Minuses American advantages Great leaders -George Washington (giant general), and Ben Franklin (smooth diplomat). French aid (indirect and secretly), provided the Americans with/


Effects of Colonialism/Imperialism on India. Pair-Share Activity: What is he saying? Dadabhai Naoroji, former president of the Indian Congress, described.

about the British imperialism in India? What historical events is he referring to? Moulavy Syad Kutb Shah Sahib, Indian Muslim leader in 1870 said the following about the negatives of British imperialism: “ The English are people who overthrow all / central India of bandits End to local warfare among competing local rulers. Bengal Medical Service, 1860 Positives for India Great Britain laid the world’s third largest railroad network in India Railroads brought unity to disconnected regions in India Modern /


LIGO-India Detecting Einstein’s Elusive Waves Opening a New Window to the Universe An Indo-US joint mega-project concept proposal IndIGO Consortium (Indian.

observatories now being installed the US (LIGO) and in Europe (Virgo and GEO) and would be of great value not only to the gravitational wave community, but to broader physics and astronomy research by launching an era/  National level DST-DAE Consortium Flagship Mega-project  Identify a lead institution and agency  Project leader  Construction: Substantial Engg project building Indian capability in large vacuum system engg, welding techniques and technology  Complex Project must be well-coordinated and/


I will gain an Understanding of:  1. The French & Indian War  2. The causes of the American Revolution  3. the ideas and interests involved in forging.

French & INDIAN war Lets Clarify!  The 13 American colonies were British possessions  England & Great Britain are the same place  “Great Britain” / “British Empire “:  includes England and all of its colonial possessions The French & Indian War -/ often necessary to amputate them." Historic Valley Forge, Pennsylvania 1777 Meanwhile, Back in Philadelphia…  Continental Congress leaders  Drafted a national constitution  Articles of Confederation  signed by all 13 colonies, 1781 Articles of Confederation/


Chapter 11 Section 1 The Rise of Nationalism Objective: 1.Examine how the United States settled its land disputes with Great Britain and Spain? 2.Analyze.

presidential elections of 1816 and 1820. C.Relations with British Canada 1.Rush-Bagot Agreement of 1817 limited naval power on the Great Lakes for both the United States and British Canada 2.Convention of 1818 gave the United States fishing rights off parts of Newfoundland/? 7.What role did Osceola play in the Second Seminole War? I. The Black Hawk War A.Black Hawk was a leader of the Sauk Indians B.Refused to leave Illinois after U.S. officials ordered the Sauk there to move. C.U.S. soldiers attacked and /


The Great West and Agricultural Expansion. Destruction of the Indian.

leads to trial and execution of Sioux leaders. Sand Creek Massacre  1864 - Cheyenne uprising in Colorado - Colonel J.M. Chivingtons militia forces massacred 400 Indians at Sand Creek.  1866 - General Connors declares all Indians living north of the Platte River should be/his mouth. Congressional Opposition  Opposition to the repeal was led by the Nebraska Democrat William Jennings Bryan, whose great oratory made him famous throughout the country.  Cleveland was able to use the power of his office to get/


Settling the Great West. I. New Lands Are Settled Large amounts of land gained during the 1840’s and 50’s were not interesting to settlers until the 1860’s.

(264 men) were wiped out after attacking an encampment of natives led by Crazy Horse, their military leader, and Sitting Bull, their spiritual leader. The Indian Wars 1877-Nez Perce of Idaho led by Chief Joseph were caught and forced to surrender only a /. William McKinley (Rep)-favored the Gold Standard III. Populism and Reform D. Election of 1896 William Jennings Bryan (Dem)- great speaker who favored bimetallism. He gave the famous “Cross of Gold” speech. He was actually the nominee of the Democrats and/


The French and Indian War Why did Britain’s colonial policies change after 1763?

his coat. Braddock was fatally wounded. The British were routed and suffered large losses. Inflamed by easy victory, Indians launched assaults from Pennsylvania to North Carolina. Washington with 300 men tried to defend frontier. The British experienced defeat /after defeat. IV. Pitt’s Victory  William Pitt was Britains superlative leader: He was known as the “Great Commoner.” 1757: He became a key leader in the London government. He downplayed assaults on the French West Indies. He concentrated/


“Crunch. Squeak.” the Apache moccasins moaned with great wear as the Apache warriors slowly moved forward toward the Spanish settlement. The Indians hid.

year long. Some woman from other bands wore other outfits. Helena #17 Legends entertained the Apache Indians greatly and still are told to this day. The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush is about a boy who has a gift of decorating and not hunting so he creates /she had to go through a sunrise ceremony. The sunrise ceremony went on for four days. Most camps were family groups. The leader, the older husband of the family, was responsible for all of the small camp to follow traditions. When a son married, instead/


LIGO-India Detecting Einstein’s Elusive Waves Opening a New Window to the Universe An Indo-US joint mega-project concept proposal IndIGO Consortium (Indian.

observatories now being installed the US (LIGO) and in Europe (Virgo and GEO) and would be of great value not only to the gravitational wave community, but to broader physics and astronomy research by launching an era/  National level DST-DAE Consortium Flagship Mega-project  Identify a lead institution and agency  Project leader  Construction: Substantial Engg project building Indian capability in large vacuum system engg, welding techniques and technology  Complex Project must be well-coordinated and/


The New Deal 1933-1941. FDRs New Deal In A Nutshell Franklin Delano Roosevelt assumed the presidency at the darkest hour of the Great Depression, pledging.

People Second New Deal – legislative activity begun by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1935 to solve problems created by the Great Depression Works Progress Administration (WPA) – agency that provided job relief through public-works projects John Maynard Keynes –/and People ● Black Cabinet – African American leaders who served as unofficial advisers to Franklin D. Roosevelt ● Mary McLeod Bethune – educator and special advisor on minority affair in FDR’s Black Cabinet ● Indian New Deal – 1930s program that gave /


Relief, Recovery, Reform. Chicago Tribune: great-depression-photogallery,0,5754970.photogallery

html http://www.historyplace.com/unitedstates/lange/index.html Photos of the Great Depression and New Deal: http://docs.fdrlibrary.marist.edu/gdphotos.html/Indian New Deal The Depression and New Deal had a contradictory impact on the nation’s racial minorities. Commissioner of Indian Affairs John Collier launched an “Indian/ new generation of homegrown southern radicals—southern New Dealers, black activists, labor leaders, communists, and a few elected officials—were organizing for unions, unemployment relief/


The Colonial Era Colonial Life, the French and Indian War, and Precursors to War (Inclusions and Additions to Chapters 3-4) Unless otherwise noted, all.

trials and the House of Seven Gables. –The Great Awakening, 1730s-1750s  A religious revival to encourage people back to protestant faiths. –Converts were mainly women and younger sons  Leaders –John & Charles Wesley  From England  Founders/. –Subjects taught: religion/theology, logic, ethics, physics (Newtonian), astronomy (Copernican), rhetoric, Latin. French and Indian War (Short version) Background Background –French expansion from Canada through Ohio Valley and down the Mississippi  Attracted by/


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