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what was the purpose of the dawes act

the dawes act was an effort to make assimilation the government's official policy. the aim was to "americanize" the native americans , cultivating in them the desire to own property and to farm.

what is nepotism

when a government official appoints a family member to a job.

what is one effect the dawes severalty act had on native americans

native americans lost much of the land that they had before the dawes act.

how did railroads increase the need for time zones

before railroads , everyone used the sun as their source of time. with railroads , people needed a standardized time system because of shipping and settlers moving from east to west because the sun rises and sets a different times on both sides of the u.s.

what did americans get from the phonograph

it brought music in to thier homes.

what sort of people took advantage of the homestead act

everyone from adventuresome people , to entrepeneurs , scammers , and the desperate. everyone saw the opportunity differently, but it was an important part of expansion westward in the us, and it worked well . if not, we'd all still be living in kansa city, so personally, i am very grateful to those hardy pioneer men and women who eventually made it possible for us to expand to west coast. those that lingered in the plains states are still very important to our food supply to this day . i salute each and every one of them.

white americans, freed slaves, and immigrants.

how did railroad technology affect young people

more young people traveled to the city to get jobs.

how is an outcome different than a favorable outcome

when the outcome consists of an event that is not the one you are looking for.

what was the goal of prospectors

getting rich quickly by finding gold.

what is the end result of the creation of a monopoly

one company controls a whole industry.

how did the typewriter change who worked in offices

it created jobs for women

how did stores change as technology improved

all of the above

where could young people interact with each other with les supervision

on streetcars

according to the readings which group opposed the womens suffrage movement the most

men

according to this cartoon what did most men think about women's voting rights

most men thought that only men should have the right to vote (apex)

many native americans believed that the religious practice called the ghost dance would

stop the white settlement of their land

according to this cartoon what would make politics cleaner

women's suffrage

according to this cartoon how were women suffragists supposed to convince antisuffragists to join the women's suffragist movement

by removing prejudice (apex)

who were crazy horse geronimo and sitting bullwho were crazy horse geronimo and sitting bull

american indian leaders who fought against the u.s. army.

journeys across the united states in the mid 1800s

journeys made across the united states in the mid-1800s were long and dangerous.

what does a patent do

a patent protects intellectual property, preventing other people from making, using, selling and importing an invention for a limited period of years.

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