The Conquest of the Far West. EQ: How was the West transformed after the Civil War?. The Conquest of the Far West- The Railroads. In 1869, the final spike placed on transcontinental track at Promontory Point, Utah, joining Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroad company tracksBy mcolbert
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Cattle ranchers. EQ: How did the development of the western cattle industry in the years following the Civil War reflect changes in America? SS5H3 a. Describe the roles of the cattle trails in the late 19 century; including the Black Cowboys of Texas, the Great Western Cattle Trail,
Ranchers and the Cattle Industry. Texas and the Longhorn. Texas had ideal conditions for cattle Warm climate year round Water sources Wide open range land Longhorn- sturdy, short-tempered breed originally from southern Spain. Cattle Business. Buffalo and Indians gone from the plains
Chapter 7, Lesson 3: Cattle Ranchers. Pages 238-241 Time Period: 1865-1980. Texas Cattle (page 238). In the 1860’s ranchers raised and sold longhorn cattle that lived on the Texas plains.
Rob Ravenscroft Agren, Inc. Carroll, Iowa. Observations from Assisting Cattle Ranchers Using TGM. Projects:. USDA-RMA Learn from users Improve usability of TGM NRCS-CIG (Sandhills Task Force, Nebraska) Sustain sandhills ranching families and natural resources. Agren's Activities:.
1. Roamed. Moved around with no purpose. 2. Completed. When something is finished. 3. Journey. A long trip. 4. Natural. Something that is made by nature; not artificial. 5. Wildlife . Animals living in their natural environment.
Farmers vs. Ranchers. This half of the room = farmers. This half of the room = ranchers. You have 8 hours of labor you can put in a day. You can produce 1 oz. of potatoes in 10 minutes. You can produce 1 oz. of meat in 20 minutes Draw your PPF for a day of labor.
Miners and Ranchers. Section 2. Miners. 1859: Carson River Valley: $500 million SILVER Comstock Lode 1897: Klondike Gold Strike 100,000 Americans fled to get rich VERY treacherous terrain to get there. Mining Camps. Miners from: Mexico England Ireland china Hastily built shacks
Ranchers & Farmers. Pgs. 526-543. Ranchers. WHO: Spanish and Mexican settlers- vaqueros Veterans of the Confederate Army African Americans Native Americans WHAT: Went on cattle drives to cow-towns & railroads
Miners & Ranchers. Ch.8 Sec.1. Main Ideas. Prior Events Connection The U.S. had gained huge tracts of land as a result of the Mexican-American War Before the Civil War, Texas & California had been where settlers mainly moved The U.S. encouraged people to move west after the Civil War