"Remove the Partition"
"Add Chairs to the Box"
"Tonights Play is Our American Cousin"
"Be Sure Washington's Portrait is Ready"
James Knox Polk
Found it very difficult to cross the river from Maryland into Virginia
Was truly on his own; he never received help from others during this time
Was able to convince an Army sentry that he could leave Washington, D.C. without a pass
Was supposed to be captured and arrested; the government wanted the full story
Rutherford B. Hayes
The most famous man in America
Seen and treated as a "Hero of the South"
Viewed as incredibly brave, not as a coward
Rich, since he was offered money to kill Lincoln
Landed awkwardly on the stage after jumping from the balcony, badly breaking a leg
Was prepared to kill one of Lincoln's security men to get to the balcony, but not two security men
Jumped from the balcony before Major Rathbone could react to the sound of the pistol shot
Peeked through a peephole in the door before entering the balcony and killing Lincoln
Required to step into the street if a white person was on the sidewalk
Required to avoid eye contact with whites
Unable to possess firearms
Unable to have a job
U.S. soldiers firing their rifles were the main reason why so many Natives died
U.S. officials at the reservation thought the "Ghost Dance" was really a war dance
A struggle between a soldier and a warrior over a rifle was the most likely cause of the first shot fired
It was the first documented example of extermination in U.S. History
Massacre at Wounded Knee
Kept his entire cavalry together for the upcoming battle
Shared the danger with his men during the battle
Was most unwise in his decision-making in terms of when to have his horses gallop at full speed
Was surprised at the size of the Native village during his attack
The Hotchkiss Gun
"Hell on Wheels"
The Gatling Gun
The Native warriors were outnumbered by the US Cavalry
The rifles of the US Cavalry were inferior to Native rifles
The possibility that the US Cavalry's horses were too tired compared to Native Horses
The Commander of the US Cavalry divided his army into three separate forces