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Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
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Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
Unit 3, Lesson 6
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  • 1. Who were the leaders in the struggle for American Indian Lands? By Mr. Casey
  • 2. AGENDA n New Vocabulary n Lesson 6- Who were the leaders in the struggle for American Indian lands?
  • 3. Act n act - (noun) a law
  • 4. Northwest Ordinance n The Congress of the new United States of America passes a law in 1787 stating that the Indians will be treated equally and their lands shall not be taken from them
  • 5. Department of Indian Affairs n The new United States wanted a peaceful relationship with the Indians n Territorial Governors were in charge of relations with the Indians n Problem: These Governors are trying to earn statehood and the Indians are often in the way of expansion. Many of these governors find it easier to eliminate the Indians than negotiate with them.
  • 6. Bureau of Indian Affairs n In 1824, Secretary of War, John C. Calhoun, create the Bureau of Indian Affairs (later called the Office of Indian Affairs) to handle the issues involved with trying to “civilize” the Indians. n The Bureau was known for corruption and theft
  • 7. Leaders (Pro) *Was friendy with white settlers until his family was killed by a group of trappers in 1774 *He fought the settlement of the Ohio River Valley Chief Logan Mingo Tribe
  • 8. Leaders (Pro) *1790-President Washington orders the Governor of the Northwest Territory to stop tribes that have been raiding settlements *He sends General Arthur St. Clair to stop the Miami. Little Turtle and his men defeat an American army of 1,300 men in Cincinnati (killing 600 and Chief Little Turtle wounding 300) (Miami)
  • 9. Leaders (Pro) United several American Indian tribes to defend the Ohio River Valley against settlers in a Tecumseh peaceful way.
  • 10. Leaders (Pro) Tecumseh is out seeking more allies when Governor Harrison tries to attack Tecumseh’s town. Harrison is stopped at the Battle of Tippecanoe and loses many men but is able to claim victory. His victory forces Tecumseh the Shawnee to sign a treaty giving up land. This angers Tecumseh.
  • 11. Leaders (Pro)
  • 12. Leaders (Pro) Later in the year, the U.S declares war on Great Britain in the War of 1812. He allies with the British and wins several battles before he is killed at Tecumseh the Battle of Thames.
  • 13. Leaders (Pro) Sitting Bull Lakota Chief SIOUX NATION Crazy Horse Lakota Leader Prospectors begin flooding into the Black Hills region searching for gold. The Fort Laramie Treaty guaranteed the Black Hills would be Native American land.
  • 14. Leaders (Pro) SIOUX NATION Sitting Bull Crazy Horse Lakota Chief The U.S government triesLakota Leader to buy the Black Hills but they Indians refuse to sell it. The U.S Army begins a plan to eliminate the Sioux and Cheyenne from the area
  • 15. Leaders (Pro) Sitting Bull Lakota Chief SIOUX NATION Crazy Horse Lakota Leader The Sioux and Cheyenne resist, defeating the U.S Army several times, including the Indian victory at the Battle of Little Bighorn
  • 16. Leaders (Pro) Crazy Horse Lakota Leader Unfortunately, the Indian victories bring more troops to the plains forcing the Indians back to
  • 17. Leaders (Pro) Chief John Ross served the Cherokee and defended their right to stay on their land JOHN ROSS
  • 18. Leaders (Pro) Ruled in favor of John Ross and the Cherokee nation. He said it wasn’t legal for the state of Chief Justice Georgia to take John Marshall their land.
  • 19. Leaders (Anti) *War Hero-Defeats the British at the Battle of New Orleans *Elected 7th President of U.S *Indian Removal Act 1830 President Andrew Jackson
  • 20. Political Cartoons n Throughout history political cartoons have been used to illustrate political feelings and opinions.
  • 21. Cartoon 1
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  • 23. Cartoon 4

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