Genocidal Armies of the West To get professional soldiers in the east to help

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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 o generated strong anti-Indian hysteria and violence o eagerness 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 Soldiers Bob Marley's song, "Buffalo Soldier," is a reference to the soldiers who were told to kill the 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 Native American people, and in addition, how similar it was to the treatment of African American's.
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*1-2 sentences for the short answer. 1-2 paragraphs for the long answers. The Gold Rush The Gold Rush lasted from about 1848-1855 and was sparked by gold nuggets found in Sacramento 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 o exterminated 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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*1-2 sentences for the short answer. 1-2 paragraphs for the long answers.
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