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Which has higher value in Native American culture, the individual or the community?
What was the mission of Manifest Destiny?
To spread American Values across the Continent
Was one of the goals to of Western Expansion to create communities of Native Americans and non-Native Americans together?
What was the main purpose of the Dawes Act?
To give individual plots of land to Native American Families
Which piece of legislation allowed Native Americans to open Casinos?
Indian Gaming Act of 1988
What are the federal lands set aside for Native Americans?
What conflict united the Native Americans on the plains to resist the reservation system?
Sand Creek Massacre
Treaty rights protect what specific rights of Native Americans?
(List from Treaty Packet)
What policy was created in the mid- 1900s to encourage Native Americans to move into cities?
What famous American military leader died at the Battle of Little Bighorn?
George Armstrong Custer
Who was the head of the Ghost Dance Religion? What did the Ghost Dance religion preach?
Prophet Wavoka, religion preached return of buffalo and banishment of White Settlers
What treaty caused the Red River War?
Treaty of Medicine Lodge 1867
What did the Self-Determination Act of 1975 give Native Americans control over?
Education on Reservations
What happened at the Massacre at Wounded Knee?
Sitting Bull died Over 200 unarmed Native Americans were killed.
What ways were used to destroy Native American cultures in the 1800s?
Destroying buffalo, taking land, and granting land that was infertile.
Why did the Native American Indian Movement exist?
Keep Native American Land and exercise self- government
What did the Morrill Land Grant Act accomplish?
Provided funding to build universities in the West.
What agency filled a role of negotiating between the government and Native American tribes?
Bureau of Indian Affairs
What was the purpose of the Homestead Act?
To encourage Native Americans to move West.
Why does the Reservation system exist?
Assimilation of Native Americans into American Society
Who was Crazy Horse?
Rode with Sitting Bull at Little Bighorn
Who was Sitting Bull?
Chief that was killed during Massacre at Wounded Knee. Led the Native Americans to victory at the Battle of Little Bighorn
Who was George Armstrong Custer?
Military Colonel that was killed and defeated at Little Bighorn
Who was Senator Dawes?
Worked at the Federal government level to try to save Indian Culture.
Who was John Chivington?
Military Colonel who ordered his troops to kill the Cheyenne at Sand Creek.
American Indian History
Central to the Plain’s Indians way of life was the Buffalo. Millions of Buffalo roamed the Great Plains and provided the Sioux and other tribes with food,
Cultures Clash on the Prairie terms
Chapter 5 Cultures Clash on the Prairie
The American West Westward Expansion and Conflict.
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.
Location – Which battles took place on American Indian land?
Think – Pair – Share Assimilation or Annihilation.
The South and West Transformed ( )
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Native American Struggles.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. reservation – specific area set aside by the federal government for the Indians’
Warm-Up: describe this painting
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War BeginsWestward Expansion and the American Indians Section 2 Chapter 15 Section 2 Westward Expansion and the American.
Native American Conflicts and Policies
Conflict with Native Americans
Objectives – Lessons 3 Students will identify ways in which the U.S. government attempted to force Native Americans off their land. Students will analyze.
Indian Resistance Hundreds of battles, wars, and massacres took place on the Plains between in an effort to resist reservations and preserve.
Objective 4.02 Evaluate the impact that settlement in the West had upon different groups of people and the environment.
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