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Unit 5 Project Proposal Characters: 26. Xhosa who participated in the cattle-killing movement 27. Congolese, West African, or Zulu 28. Cherokee 29. Siamese 30. Hawaiian Protagonist: Xhosa who participated in the cattle-killing movement Historical Events: -February 1857-starvation and destitution was widespread -Nongqawuse believed the “New People” were connected to the Russians, whom the British were currently fighting in the Crimean War. -Estimated 40,000 deaths resulted from movement Key Concepts: 5.2.II D. New states (such as the Cherokee Nation, Siam, Hawai’i or the Zulu Kingdom) developed on the edges of an empire. 5.3.III E. Some of the rebellions were influenced by religious ideas and millenarism (such as the Taiping Rebellion, the Ghost Dance, or the Xhosa Cattle-Killing Movement). Tentative Title: The Rise of the Cattle Logline: In 1856, a stranger tells a fifteen year old Xhosa girl, named Nongqawuse, a prophecy while she was fetching water from the river. She rushes home to tell her family, only to find that
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