Part B: Short Identifications – Identify and briefly explain the historical significance of six (6) of the following:
Please clearly indicate which term/item your answers refer to. Each answer should be typed and should not exceed one half page single spaced, or one page double-spaced in 12 pt. font, Times New Roman. You can use the six w of history to guide each of your answers, what, when, who, where, why and how.
Sitting Bull, Lakota leader Black Hills, South Dakota Frog Lake Incident, Sask., 1885
Red Cloud, Lakota leader Shoshoni / Snake Indians Governor of the Hunt
Dawes Act, US, 1887 Prince Maximilian, 1833/34 Sayer Trial, 1849
Minnesota conflict, 1862 Cypress Hills Massacre, 1873 American Indian Movement (AIM)
Fort Whoop-Up, Alberta Lame Bulls Treaty, 1855 Policy of Indian Removal, US
Carlisle Indian School, US Hind and Palliser Expeditions Gabriel Dumont, Mtis leader