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By the late 19th century, the United States had become what? 

A boisterous multicultural society0 the msot culturally diverse land of the Western emisphere, whose poplation included indigenous peoples 

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What did Walt Whitman describe the US as? 

As  not merely a nation but a teeming nation of nations, yet political and economic power rested almost exclusively with white male elites

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What did Euro American settlers push indigenous peoples to

Onto reservation, Although prosing to respect those ands, the U.S. govenrmen tpermitted settlers and railroads to encroach on the reservation 

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The US government and private citizens acted to undermine or destry the 

bases of native cultural traiditons. Na

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What did some US actions attempt to sever native AMerican's ties to? 

Their communal traditiosn and cultrual practices

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Dawes severalty act 

Shifted land policies away form collective tribal reservations and towards individual tracts of and meant to promot the family fars 

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What happened to native children> 

They were sent into white controlled boarding schools. These were Carlisle Indian School and the Toledo Indian Schools

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The Civil War ended in slaverly, but didn't bring equality. What did northern forces do? 

THey sent armies of occupation to southern states to make them undergo a program of social and polictcal reconstruction 

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After Reconstruction, the armies of occupation went back to the north.......and 

A violent backlash dismantled th eprograms rforms. Freed slaves had not recieved any land grants or anything. IT was easy for the Whites to take away everythin g

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How long did women fight for rights? 

Through the inteenth century. Theywanted alternatives to marriage and domesticity.

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What did migrants introduce? 

Foods, music, dance,s holidys and sports as well as language. There was distate thought 

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How was slavery in Canada

It wasn't legal, but there was a segregation 

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Louis Riel 

Emerged as the lader of western Canada..he was a metisand he had abandoned his studies to become a priest

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Riel led his troosp and negotiated the 

incorporation of Manitoba into the DOminon. 

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What resistance did  Riel lead again 

One against the railroad and British Canadian settlemnt. IT was called the North west rebellion. 

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What was one migrant group to China

The chinese, and they mostly intermarrie and assimilated in society. 

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Domingo Faustino Sarmiento 

Sarmiento despised the rule of caudillos that had emrged after independence and worked for the developmen of the best society 

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What does Facundo: Civilization and Barbarism 

Sarmiento argued that it was necessary for Bueno s Aires to bring discipline to the disorderly Argentine coutnry side

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Guachos 

Cowbosy.They were the symbol of latin american identiy. Most were mesitos or casitozos but there were also white or black ones. They had a hierarchal soceity and led independent lives. 

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Male Domination 

Women could not vote or hold office, they could not work or manage estates without permissionfrom their male guardiens. machisnmo

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What did women do? 

They were in the marketplace, where they had great influence. They supported the soldaderas (female support)

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