PP06West - Nomadic Shared Traits Family Nature Gender Roles...

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Societies of the Far West How did diversity both fundamentally define the West and become the source of conflict in Western Society?
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Migrations from Eastern US Means Railroads Congressional Acts Encouraging Migration Homestead Act, 1862 – 160 Acres; 5 years Timber Culture Act, 1873 – Plus160 Acres: 40 acres plant trees Desert Land Act, 1877 – 640 Acres Cheap; Irrigate within 3 years Pull Gold and Silver Pasture for Sheep and Cattle Land for Farming and Ranching
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Western Economy & Anglo Society in the West Mining Cattle Agriculture
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Mining
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Cattle
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Farming Life on a Prairie Farm
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Other Western Societies The Western Tribes The Hispanic Southwest The Chinese Migration
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Western Tribes “Indian Territory” Pacific Coast Tribes Pueblos Plains Indians Indian Territory
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Plains Indians Not Unified Sedentary and
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Unformatted text preview: Nomadic Shared Traits Family Nature Gender Roles Religion Buffalo Warriors -- Sioux Weakness of Plains Tribes Disunity Disease Outmanned; Outgunned Hispanic Southwest Spanish Empire Mexican Republic Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848 New Mexico, California, Texas Hispanic Southwest New Mexico Pueblo Santa Fe Ring Railroads Hispanic Southwest California Missions Californios Gold Rush Land Act, 1851 Hispanic Southwest Texas Texas Rangers King Ranch King Ranch The Chinese Migration Push/Pull Gold Rush – 1850s Poverty at Home – Worldwide migration Hostility 1852 “Foreign Miners” Tax The Chinese Migration Railroad Employment The Chinese Migration “ Chinatowns” 1898 The Chinese Migration 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act...
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2009 for the course HIST 1320 taught by Professor Murphy during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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PP06West - Nomadic Shared Traits Family Nature Gender Roles...

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