Intro - Unit 6 The Closing of the West Lesson 1 Conflicts...

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Unit 6 - The Closing of the West Lesson 1 - Conflicts with the Indians  Lesson 2 - A Century of Dishonor  Lesson 3 - Mining  Lesson 4 - The Railroad  Lesson 5 - Cowboys  Lesson 6- Farmers  Lesson 7 - Legends of the West  Lesson 8 - Conflict Chart Activity  Lesson 9 - Significance of the Frontier  Unit 6 Review  Unit 6 Test  Unit Overview When settlers and miners moved west in the mid-1800s, conflicts arose with American Indians. The U.S.  government sent Indians to reservations. The discovery of gold, the transcontinental railroad, and offers of free  land encouraged more western settlement. The 1870s saw the rise of the Cattle Kingdom. With new farming  techniques and inventions, the Great Plains became the breadbasket of the world. By the end of the unit, you should know.
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Intro - Unit 6 The Closing of the West Lesson 1 Conflicts...

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