history - Public credit act of 1869 The government would...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/12/09 Public credit act of 1869
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5/12/09 The government would repay loans in hard money, not gold but paper
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5/12/09 Black Friday
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5/12/09 Also known as the fisk-gould scandal, they were tipped off when the government was going to sell gold and they hoarded large amounts of it to drive the prices higher.
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5/12/09 W W belkhamp
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5/12/09 Close associate of grant secretary of war
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5/12/09 Whiskey ring
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5/12/09 Stole the tax that revenue that was taxed on whiskey
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5/12/09 Panic of 1873
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5/12/09 America entered depression because everybody started selling all of the stock they owned. Government went broke, 14% unemployment rate.
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5/12/09 The grange
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5/12/09 Special interest group for farmers, fighting for railroad monopolies and pushing for rural mail deliveries
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5/12/09 Rail strike of 1877
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5/12/09 Caused because wages were cut by 35% by baltimore and ohio railroad. Militia attacked the strikers where 21 killed and destroyed 39 buildings, destroyed billions of dollars in merchandise
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5/12/09 Equal rights association
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5/12/09 Formed in 1866, was an effort for equality of women and blacks suffrage and racial equality.
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5/12/09 Elizabeth cady stanton
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5/12/09 Fought for womens rights and did not care so much for racial equality of black people. Then went on to help form the nawsa. Wrote the decalration of sentiments, presented at the first womens rights convention in 1848 at senca falls new york.
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5/12/09 National American Women's suffrage association.
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5/12/09 The merging of the awsa and nwsa. Concentrated more on womens suffrage and dwindled away from the racial equality measures.
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5/12/09 Sand creek, colorado
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5/12/09 Where the government relocated the indians to make room and peace for western settlers
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5/12/09 Battle of little big horn
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5/12/09 Chief sitting bull and chief crazy horse massacred col custard and 225 of his men
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5/12/09 Ghost Dance
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5/12/09 Led by tribal religious leaders, looking for advise from spirits. Made whites scared so they rid of the dance, hence the indians with it.
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5/12/09 Wounded knee
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5/12/09 The Sioux Indians were massacred because of the ghost dance. 1860- 20 million buffalo 1883- less than 200
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5/12/09 Daves severalty act
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5/12/09 1887 indians no longer are tribal but just indians, not sioux, navajo, etc. Forced to live together on reservations and not allowed to live outside of the reservations
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