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Comparitive history

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  • 1. Comparative History
    By: Twyla Gollery
  • 2. Conquering & Settling the West
    Both the US and Canada moved Indians out of there Native lands so they could obtain the land for other uses
    In both countries railroads brought farmers, miners, and merchants each overused things that Indians depended on to survive such as the buffalo
    People also demanded that the Indians should stop practicing their culture
  • 3. Conquering & Settling the West
    The US had much dispute with the Native Americans and even campaigned against tribes and bands considered hostile
    Canada on the other hand was able to handle disputes peacefully
    Canada also gave rights to people of mixed races
    The United States in contrast ignored mixed race people unless they chose to live with the tribe
  • 4. Conquering & Settling the West
    Both countries used education, such as boarding school to try to eliminate Native American culture out of the children
    Both also wanted the Indians to accept churches, education, and farming into there customs
    Neither country was willing to give the Native Americans as much land as they needed
  • 5. Conquering & Settling the West
    Karaganda and Billings Montana are compared to be the same place
    Both are in the same topographical zone
    Before technology both areas were supported mainly by agriculture
    Each native people from each land were nomads because they had to travel for food
  • 6. Conquering & Settling the West
    The west is a place were people went for freedom, the last frontier
    Northern Kazakhstan represents a place were people are in exile, and imprisonment
    Although they may resemble each other in some ways when one thinks of each place, they have very different representations of what they stand for
  • 7. Cultural Change in the 1920s
    After World War I, Americans were after the feeling of normalcy
    People loved new technology and movies were very popular
    Movies directly influenced the culture change in the 1920's because so many people were influenced by the movies
  • 8. Cultural Change in the 1920s
    Movies became a major factor in reintroducing traditional values that may have been lost
    Movie makers would provide stereotypes which people could relate to but with the attitudes changing so fast a movie maker was uncertain of how long a stereo type character would last
  • 9. Cultural Change in the 1920s
    Americans brought Jazz music to their troops while at war for entertainment
    When the French herd this new music they weren't quite sure what to think of it
    Jazz originated in American, but it soon gained widespread popularity in France, Britain, Germany, Italy and else where.
  • 10. Cultural Change in the 1920s
    During war the French warmly accepted African American soldiers who were willing to fight
    Some African American's later traveled to Paris to preform Jazz which thrived and expanded
    Many African Americans considered France a color blind country because of how good they were treated
  • 11. Cultural Change in the 1920s
    With Jazz musicians spreading out to preform in different countries, some countries believed they were losing their traditional culture
    Jazz music could also be listened to from the radio and phonograph which helped Jazz culture to become even more popular in more places