a. Designated boundaries for reservations b. Use of military force c. Treaties and compensation d. Gold rushes e. Policy of assimilation Throughout the 19th century, the treatment of Native Americans by the United States government was far less than respectful. The US government allowed its desire for settlement in the West to justify the relocation of thousands of Native Americans. Once on reservations Native Americans were expected to assimilate into the American culture.
The Evergreen State College Government Documents/Maps http://www.evergreen.edu/user/library/govdocs/index.html Daniel J. Evans Library, Olympia, WA 98505, (360) 867-6251, fax: (360) 866-6790 Pearl Harbor: A Bibliography Air Force: Carter, Kit C. and Robert Mueller (compilers). Combat Chronology, 1941 – 1945. U.S. Army Air Forces in World War II. Center for Air Force History, U.S. Department of Defense, 1991. Call no.
Stanza six and seven tell readers the reason about his feeling towards Crazy Horse. In Custer’s mind, Crazy Horse was the same as him—a brave, born warrior and leader for wars. He thought maybe Crazy Horse was better than him. The fact proved that Custer’s worry was reasonable. Crazy Horse’s forces didn’t have advanced arms, but he had better wisdom and tactics of war.
Groetzinger, 480 U.S. 23 (1987). Retrieved September 25, 2010 from http://supreme.justia.com/us/480/23/” “Internal Revenue Code Section 165(d). Retrieved September 25, 2010 from http://www.taxalmanac.org/index.php/Sec._165” “McClanahan v. United States, 292 F2d 630, 631-32 (5th Cir 1961). Retrieved September 25, 2010 from http://www.publications.ojd.state.or.us/TCMD060008D.htm” “Section 62(a)(1). Retrieved September 25, 2010 from http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/26/usc_sec_26_00000062----000-.html” “Section 162(a).
CANA 1F91 LECTURE NOTES SEPTEMBER 24,2012 Past and Present: Todays Lecture Outline * Collective Memory * Theoretical perspective * Canadian History part 2 * Post-confederation Canada Collective Memory * The present is the lens through which we examine our past. Red River Rebellion (1869-70) * Red river settlement * Metis * Louis Riel * Manitoba Act, 1870 * Creates the fifth province. Northwest * Dominion Lands Act, 1872 * Free land to settlers * Northwest Mounted Police (NWMP) established, 1873 * Later renamed Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) “Mounties” * British Columbia becomes part of confederation in 1871 * Prince Edward Islands enters confederation
76-77. [ 13 ]. Fred Anderson, "The Real First World War and the Making of America" in American Heritage, November/December 2005 accessed from http://americanheritage.com/articles/magazine/ah/2005/6/2005_6_75.shtml, on 15 Apr
In 1859-60 an unknown explorer went up the Arkansas River and found gold in it’s sand and gravel. Explorers, miners, railroad expansionists, farmers and ranchers flooded the area. Railroad pushed west to serve thousands of miners. The Denver & Rio Grande Western battled for the Royal Gorge route up the Arkansas, establishing Salida in late May 1880. Economics: Salida is the service, supply, and tourism center for the Upper Arkansas Valley.
Harrison also joined the Seventieth Indiana Infantry Regiment at the rank of second lieutenant in 1862. He rose quickly from lieutenant to become brigadier general by the time he retired in June 1865. According Major General William T. Sherman, Harrison served with "foresight, discipline and a fighting spirit . . ."