U.S History Chapter 15 and 16 Test

agreement in which Sioux Indians agreed to move to a reservation in the Black Hills
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law which required a Black male to have an ancestor who voted prior to 1866Grandfather Clausepublic lands where Native Americans were forced to live by the federal governmentReservationsum of money required of Blacks before they could votePoll taxhe was the U.S colonel who gave the orders to attack the Cheyenne Indians to ColoradoJohn Chivingtonhe argued that Blacks should demand full and immediate equality with whitesW.E.B Duboisself-appointed law-makers in mining campsvigilantespolitical group formed in 1891 to advocate a grass roots effort for graduated taxes and economic reformpopulist partylocation where Big Foot and 350 Sioux Indians were senselessly slaughteredWounded kneeshe spent 5 decades speaking and writing for women's suffrageSusan B. Anthonyhe was the Democratic Party's candidate for the 1896 presidential election who was the first candidate to tour the country on a political campaignWilliam Jennings-Brianlocation where the first transcontinental railroad metPromontory, Utahthe last great victory for the Plains Indians over a portion of the U.S 7th CalvaryLittle Big Hornreading and writing activities used in the South designed to keep illiterate Blacks from votingliteracy testhe was the Republican Party nominee for the 1896 presidential electionWilliam McKinleyshe formed the National Woman Suffrage AssociationElizabeth Cady Stantoncriticized the U.S government for broken promises to the Native Americans for decadesCentury of Dishonorland designated by the federal government for building schools, roads, and railroadsLand grant1887 law that divided reservation land into private family lotsDawes-Allotment ActNative American who joined forces with Sitting Bull at the Battle of Little Big HornCrazy HorseAfter Sitting Bull's death, he led the remaining Sioux Indians to Wounded KneeBig FootLocation in Colorado where U.S cavalry slaughtered 200 Cheyenne men, women, and childrenSand Creek MassacreGroup of Mexican Americans living in New Mexico who attempted to protect their land rights from white ranchersLas Gorras Blancashe was the Black leader who encouraged Blacks to "pull themselves up by their bootstraps"Booker T. Washingtonleader of the Nez Perce' Indians who surrendered just 30 miles from the Canadian borderChief Josephhe was the last of the great Indian chiefs to be capturedGeronimoOrganization of farmers pushing for reform and lower interest rates on their loansGrangethis connected the East and the West and made it possible for citizens to travel across the countryTranscontinental Railroadhe created a durable pants made of denim which was very popular with the minersLevi Strausshe was the Minnesota farmer who created the concept of the GrangeOliver h. Kelleyhe was the great leader of the Sioux Indians whose vision of U.S soldiers riding upside down inspired his peopleSitting Bull3 factors which led to the end of nomadic way of life1. Barbed wire 2. Buffalo killers 3. Railroads so more whites go West3 powers believed the Ghost Dance had1. White settlers swallowed by Earth 2. Dead Indian ancestors return to life 3. Return of the buffalo3 characteristics of most mining townsTent Cities, discrimination to Chinese, no rules3 Jim Crow laws1. Segregated restaurants 2. Can't play pool against each other 3. No intermarriage3 farmers complaints1. Falling prices 2. High interest rates 3. High shipping rates3 goals of the Populist party1. End political corruption 2. Increase the money supply 3. Government ownership of railroads