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Genocidal Armies of the West●To get professional soldiers in the east to help fight Confederate army, Lincoln called for volunteer fighter s in the West - settlers responded ●few confederates to fight, fought natives instead ogenerated strong anti-Indian hysteria and violence oeagerness to undertake ethnic cleansing of Indigenous residents to achieve necessary population balance in order to attain statehood ●Lincoln administration did little to stop genocidal actions, preoccupied with Civil War Buffalo SoldiersBob Marley's song, "Buffalo Soldier," is a reference to the soldiers who were told to killthe buffalo so the tribe's could not hunt the buffalo's any further. It is a beautiful, powerful song that gives us insight into how much impact these events hurt the NativeAmerican people, and in addition, how similar it was to the treatment of African American's.
*1-2 sentences for the short answer. 1-2 paragraphs for the long answers.The Gold RushThe Gold Rush lasted from about 1848-1855 and was sparked by gold nuggets found inSacramento Valley at Sutter’s Mill in early 1848, just days after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo wa s signed ending the Mexican-American War. News of gold spread all over the world and led thousands of gold-hungry settlers to California travelling overland or by sea (through Panama or around Cape Horn.) Week 5 lecture note students ●was this an example of something that led to the belief of Manifest destiny?●Effects on California Native people: torture, rape, starvation, and disease in sought - after goldfields while wiping out food sources and natural resources oexterminated more than 100,000 Natives Roosevelt's New Deal●The so-called "Indian New Deal" was the only bright spot in the administration's treatment of minorities. ●In the late 19th century, American Indian policy had begun to place a growing emphasis on erasing a distinctive Native American identity. ●In 1871, Congress ended the practice of treating tribes as sovereign nations in an ●attempt to weaken the authority of tribal leaders.●When Roosevelt became president in 1933, he appointed a leading reformer, John Collie●or, vulnerable, and seemingly without resources.Indian Urban Relocation●Was promoted in tandem with the Termination movement.●It claimed to be a program to aid reservation members in relocating to cities where they could receive vocational training.●Was introduced and was sold as a poverty-fighting measure.Quiz #1 review What were the goals of the boarding schools?To assimilate Indian children through total immersion; "Kill the Indian,●Save the man”What does "Manifest Destiny" mean, and how does it relate to US
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