A time that you secure to get a spot at a restaurant.
A special place Native Americans went happily to remain safe.
A place Native Americans were forced to live rather than roam free.
A place white settlers lived, usually in the plains.
Sitting Bull lead the Lapwai Native Americans in a Revolt against the United States.
Chief Joseph tried to avoid war with the United States and go to the Lapwai Reservation, but that did not end up happening.
Black Elk lead the Nez Perce to try and escape to Canada, rather than be forced to live in the Black Hills.
The Nez Perce had a conflict with the British over land rights, they eventually were all sent to a reservation in Utah.
The two groups coexisted peacefully, there was little conflict between them.
All Native Americans clashed violently with the United States Government.
Native Americans went willingly to reservations and got paid fairly for their land when they signed treaties.
Native Americans were forced to sign treaties that gave up legal rights to their land, if they did not sign, they were forced onto reservations anyways.
Native Americans could gain new trading partners with the arrival of more pioneers.
Travel to California was made much easier.
White settlement of the plains was sped up.
The United States would gain more wealth and power.
The land was free if it was improved or farmed for five years.
Settlers could get 160 acres of land.
If Native Americans were found on the land owned by the Homesteaders they needed to be paid for their land at the price of 10 dollars an acre.
Only American citizens could take advantage of the deal.
Union Pacific hired Chinese workers, Central Pacific hired Irish.
Western Pacific hired Irish, Eastern Pacific hired Chinese.
Central Pacific hired Chinese workers and Union Atlantic hired German immigrants.
Central Pacific hired Chinese workers, Union Pacific hired Irish immigrants.
They were sometimes killed just for sport.
They were often killed for their hide, but the meat was left to rot.
This was devastating to the Natives on the plains who depended on buffalo for food, clothing, and other basic needs.
The Natives of the plains adapted to the loss by moving to the north where there was still plenty of game to hunt.
All of the above
They were put in very dangerous working conditions.
Before and during the railroad project they were not respected by many Americans.
They got some of the more desirable jobs on the project.
Thousands came to work on the railroad project.
Of course I am, who wouldn't want to be on the most dominant team of all of Memorial's sports teams?
YES!!! Oh Boy, Oh boy, Oh boy! What day do we start?
No, I am going to sit on my couch with a bag of chips and be the one 8th grader who isn't on the team, at some point down the road I will realize what an amazing time I missed and a single tear will slowly trickle down my cheek as I am watching Dr. Phil instead of having fun with my friends.