Name: Sarah Hanna Date: 2, October 2019 Cornell Notes Chapter 13 Page Numbers Reduce & then Recite - Create questions which elicit critical thinking, not 1 word answers - Write questions directly across from answers in your notes - Leave a space or draw a pencil line separating questions You may also want to use this area record headings of each of Record for Review - Write headings, key words in (you may want to use a different font color) - Take sufficient notes with selective (not too much verbiage) & accurate paraphrasing - Skip a line between ideas, topics - Use bulleting lists, abbreviations - Correctly sequence information Include diagrams or tables if needing for clarification or length Manifest DestinyWhy was there a push to Pacific? What was Oregon Trail? Why did many people die enrouteon Oregon Trail? What was development in California like? I.Manifest Destiny: South, North A term coining by John L Sullivan in 1845 to express idea that Euro - Americans were fating by God to settle North American continent from Atlantic to Pacific OceanA. The Push to Pacific 2.Oregon Country stretching along Pacific coast from border with Mexican California to border with Russian Alaska; both Great Britain, Uniting States claiming it. 4.About 250,000 Americans had braving Oregon Trail, 1860. 5.Pioneers left Oregon Trail, traveling south along California Trail, settling along Sacramento River in Mexican province of California.
Californios Who were Plain Indians? Where did Nomadic Buffalo- hunting Indians live? What was primary food crop of Indians who living on eastern of plains? What did Europeans weapons cause? How did Buffalo hunting business evolve? "Fifty four forty or fight!" into Mexican society, hoping for eventual annexation to US. Elite Mexican ranchers in province of California B. The Plains Indians 1. Pacific-bound wagon trains rumbling across Nebraska, migrants encountering Great Plains, a vast sea of grass stretching north from Texas to Canada, west from Missouri River to Rocky Mountains. 2. Nomadic buffalo-hunting Indian peoples roaming western plains, while tall grass lands, river valleys to east were home to tribes. 3. A line of military forts policing boundary between white America, what Congress in 1834 designating as Permanent Indian Territory. 4. Indians
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