5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Sioux War (1865-1867)
- Indian Intercourse Act of 1834
- Wounded Knee
- Black Hills Gold Rush
- a Began with Fetterman massacre and called into quesiton the Indian Policy (assimilation v. control); Ended with Peace Commision
- b About 6,000 blacks who established lives in Kansas to escape the South and black codes
- c Army intervened to stop Ghost Dances and ended in this massacre of 200 men, women, and children
- d Prohibited any white person from entering Indian country without a license
- e The final gold rush occured in the heart of the Sioux hunting grounds; Deadwood emerged as the most lawless of mining camps
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Rebelled against government policy and led by their chief, fled for Canda for 75 days
- Attempted to adjust Homestead Act to western conditions; gave an additional 160 acres if settlers planted 1/4 with trees
- Set aside most of the proceeds from the sale of public lands in 16 western states to finance irrigation projects in the arid states.
- Souix chief Crazy Horse and medicine man Sitting Bull gathered an army of 2500 warriors and were attacked by Colonel Custer. Custer's Last Stand led to the Sioux being beaten into surrendering.
- The construction of the trail through the heart of Sioux hunting grounds to connect mining towns, along with the invasion of gold miners began the Sioux War
5 True/False Questions
Joseph McCoy → Began the trend of shipping cattle to Kansas from Texas in order to get beef to the eastern market
Barbed Wire → Army intervened to stop Ghost Dances and ended in this massacre of 200 men, women, and children
Denver, Colorado → African American cavalrymen on the western frontier
Boomers and Sooners → Boomers waited for the signal during the Oklahoma rush and Sooners jumped the gun.
Jacob Riis portrayed life in an American urban slum in his work: → Rebelled against government policy and led by their chief, fled for Canda for 75 days