History 164 First Test Study Guide

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Unformatted text preview: History 164 First Test Study Guide Carlisle School Industrial school Other school on and off res. Navajo boys before and after Violence American Assimilate Indians Carlisle school and ind. School too help not racism Used force Cut hair Change names Lost of language Replace the clothes Some volunteer Seize Kidnap Corporal punishment Indian 1 st law student form school Vocational training 4 boys and girls @ school in Oregon Other methods for promoting assimilation Banning of traditional practices o Sun dance o War dance o Pot latch o Exchange of gifts @ dances o Traditional clothing @ dances Tried helping but it was very bias Cars in the 1920s 702 Chinese Exclusion Act Chinese Exclusion Act 1882 congress passed Barred further entry of Chinese laborers into the country Anti-Chinese conflict about 100,000 immigrants What role did Chinese play in the west? Gold Mountain RR Mining Canneries Agriculture jobs Not for freedom, not to become American they wish to go back to china Market economy Push factor opium war, 1850 brit. Selling opium in china Illegal issued of opium in china Damaging china economy Mid 19th century Tie ting war Raise taxes for factories Social mobility Young men Violence? Lynching Massacres Anti-Chinese riots Scare them away from the jobs Burning down Chinatown 1882 banning imragrants to American Anti-Chinese immigration law What are the elements of this violence? Resources and race Merchants and American born Chinese paper Sons Agriculture Chinese, Japanese, Mexican Significance first written law restricting impregnates of a certain race, both parties was for it, not a white man jobs Conspicuous Consumption Showing off your wealth and status Dawes Act 490 1887 President the authority to carve up tribal lands Each family head receiving an allotment of 160 acres Remain of the reservation was to be sold The money form the land was suppose to go towards Indian education fund The land was held in a trust for 25 years then the Indians would become cisterns Sioux Feb 10, 1890 Drought Led to wounded knee Indian looking for a way to turn there luck around Devastating 138 million ace held by the Indians in 1887 Decrease by another 87 million acres 51 million 60 million allotment, 37 m ivd. Sales Decrease Indian govt. Open reservations extra land to whites Weakens ind. Res. Eco. Helen hunt Jackson wrote a book called a century of dishonor Went against the treatment of ind. Plan to help ind. Dawes act for the distribution Hull House 601 Hull House 601 by Ellen Gates Starr September 18, 1889 Social reform Child labor act Day care act Educational Installment Plans 702 Installment Plans (credit card) What is this and what does it do?...
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