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mins F inish your eulogy funeral speech for Lincoln Life 18091865 President 18611865 You can write from the perspective of a dear friend a freed slave a Lincoln supporter a happy Southerner a present day person looking back Its up to you BE CREATIVE ID: 541750 Download Presentation

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DO NOW (15 mins)

F

inish your eulogy (funeral speech) for Lincoln Life: 1809-1865 President 1861-1865

You can write from the perspective of a dear friend, a freed slave, a Lincoln supporter, a happy Southerner , a present day person looking back…. Its up to you- BE CREATIVE!

You can use your laptops/ notes from last time

*On notebook paper to turn in (10pts)

Once you complete your Do Now, Laptops away!

Please

Slide2

Fusing the Country Back Together

1862-1878

Remember, History OVERLAPS!

Only to lead up to the “Great War”Slide3

Learning Objective(You WILL Be Able To…)

Compare how the North and South each felt after the Civil War

2. Articulate how the

H

omestead

A

ct effect America?

3. Explain how Native Americans were affected by the development of Western AmericaSlide4

Words To Know

Reconstruction

=2. Homesteaders=

Sodbusters=

Rostabouts

=

3. American Dream=Slide5

The Least You Need To Know- Civil War

Victory in the Civil War came down to

NUMBERS the North had more…Lincoln’s assassination deprived BOTH the North and South of a

Without Lincoln,

reconstruction (

)

-

People (soldiers) - Technology (weapons, *TRANSPORTATION ________) - *INDUSTRY Big Business

Wise, compassionate leader SAVE THE UNION!

Fusing back together of the North and South

-

Bitter (North and South

HATED

each other)

-

Visionless (no leader with a vision)

-

Damaging to the nationSlide6

STOP AND THINK- Why was Lincoln’s vision of

SAVING THE UNION

so important?Slide7

After The War Where Brothers Fought Brothers

Armies, money and the will to continue to fight won the Civil War

But there was something else that helped as well….. With this dream, American’s….

SAVE THE UNION!

The “American Dream”

moved West

-

Saw it as a chance to start over

-

Heal from the Civil WarSlide8

Homesteaders

On

May 20, 1862 Lincoln signed into law, the ____________________________= Granted 160 acres of public land in the West as a homestead 

“ANY person who is the head of a family, or who has arrived at the age of 21, and is a citizen of the US, or who intends to become one.”

*The

homestead act

was a bold experiment in public policySlide9

Was It Successful?

YES

NO 

STOP AND THINK-

Why was the

homestead act

was a bold experiment in public policy?

Helped people heal from the Civil War

Got FAMILIES to move to the West MORE STABLE

Big business corporate (rail roads,) are going to take advantage, find loopholes and “steal” land from peopleSlide10

Fun Fact

The soil in the plains was awful, so little grew =

_____________ ____________

__________

John Deer’s

Invention-

Sod became the “dirt cheap” (

haha

) method to build homes

Plains homesteaders who built sod houses were called

WILD, WILD WEST

Old Settlers

New Settlers

Trappers, grizzly single men FAMILIES=

Frontiersmen stability

sodbusters

No Soil No trees No wood

Sod PlowSlide11

Transportation and Technology

Technology-

The fight to be the main “freighter” (Train company) was constant

With the railroad came questions about governments power to regulate

-

Chicken & Egg Effect

Technology

pushes people to be better, people push technology to be better

Trains crossed state lines, and carried cargo (goods) from other states

 who was in charge? (Caused gov to make new laws)Slide12

Pacific Railway Act of 1862- Lincoln- will approve a “transcontinental railroad”

 railroad that will connect America from the East to the West

“From sea to shining sea America was bound by bands of iron”Immigrants- Irish and Chinese immigrants were the majority of railroad workers

bc

they would do the job for less than anyone else

STOP AND THINK-

Lincoln wanted to sew the nation back, how did the transcontinental railroad help? Slide13

The Least You Need To Know- Westward

The Homestead Act of 1862

filled the space between the Mississippi and the Pacific- fueled by the _____________________ - Moving West was a chance to ____________ after the ________________ - Changed the face of the “westerner” from ________________________ to ___________

Technology-

Specifically the _____________ __________________ did more than ________________ to bind the Nation into 1!

American Dream

start over

Civil War

grizzly single men

families

Trans-Continental

railroad

constructionSlide14

Presentation (you have until 12:05)

READ YOUR PARAGRAPH!!

Using your paragraph, determine the KEY information (for example: key people, idea, events, battles, inventions, words etc)Make a poster, power point, imovie or skit

Cover the key points in your presentation

4. We will present to the class 

50ptsSlide15

“American Dream”…Native American Persecution?

Persecution=

Indian Removal Act (1830)=Trail Of Tears (1838-1839)= Kansas Nebraska Act (1854)=

STOP AND THINK (it’s a BIG one!)-

Why were Native Americans taken advantage of? Why were they not protected? Why do we STILL not learn about it? Is this ok?Slide16

Pushing West… Pushing Who? 1862-1891

During the

_________________ there was another “war” raging on as wellNative American lands were reduced further and further.The “5 Civilalized Tribes” were the

Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, and the Creek Indians”

They were forced to live in the deserts (of what is Oklahoma today)Slide17

Defeat of Custer-

Geronimo Campaign-

Wounded Knee-Slide18

Great Santee Sioux Massacre-War of Black Hills (Sitting Bull)-

The Campaigns of Hancock And Sheridan-Slide19

The Least You Need To Know- Native Americans During the Civil War

The Indian Wars in the West, spanning the __________________________ consisted mainly of long, exhausting

pursuits (_______________________) and very few battles.The Strategy was to fight a “ _____________” against men, women, children, elderly as well as warriors to force Indians onto ___________

TOTAL War

hunting down tribes

Civil War

reservationSlide20

Exit Slip- ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER

-

Use your notes! READ and ANSWER each question FULLY!

Compare how the North and South each felt after the Civil War

2. Articulate how the Homestead Act effect America?

3. How were Native Americans effected by Westward expansion?