He created extremely accurate maps that our men could travel and navigate. He was also very good at remembering the land marks he had seen in case he has gotten lost he would know what to look for. Clark was very helpful to the men and to Sacagawea during the expedition. Sacagawea was the only woman on the trip. However, she was possibly one of the strongest of everyone in the trip.
Now don’t get me wrong, Lewis and Clark were very smart men, however Sacagawea knew the land very well that Lewis and Clark would be exploring.In addition to helping Lewis and Clark on their expedition,Sacagawea was also a courageous symbol of peace. She was a single woman with the grit of 10, but she was even-tempered and never wanted to harm a soul. I would have to applaud Sacagawea for her girl/woman power as well. On May 21, 1804, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark started their famous expedition, What many people forget, is a significant Like I said in the beginning,
“Lewis also knew that gift giving and trade were important parts of most known Indian cultures…” (National Park Service, 6) Lewis had apparently receieved a “crash course” in diplomacy and about the known Indian cultural groups. He knew that giving gifts to the Indians would please them. Because Lewis and Clark had gifted the Indians, he would receive needed goods and food along the way. Lewis and Clark not only cared about Indian culture, but also cared about the Indians
The opposing view of this is we don 't want to have the deer tags go up any more even though the money goes to their habitat. Second it may go towards their habitat but how do they make their habitat better. There 's no way to improve their habitat unless they add more lakes ,or pond but they need more food to and trees which are shelter from wind or rain. Then why do we have a restricted license if its the same price for us, but we can 't shoot a deer unless it has four on one side. Next if its going to get to their habitat why not make them have more shelter and food.
The two centuries of slavery helped develop the white’s opinion about black people. “Some people thought it was wrong for any people to be slaves; so the people who needed the slaves to work in their fields and the people who were making money bringing slaves from Africa preached that black people weren’t really people like white people were, so slavery was right.” They helped white Americans to believe that black people were second-rated humans because of their skin colour. That they were no use
Throughout The Great Gatsby, Myrtle Wilson desired to fit in with the upper class; however, her marriage to George Wilson prevented such from occurring. Myrtle failed to recognize her husband’s hard work and true character due to her efforts to rise in social status. In The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald emphasized Myrtle’s hatred towards her marriage through her conversation with Catherine, depicting how people of the twenties focused more on wealth and power compared to moral American values. As readers closely evaluate the moment of Myrtle’s dialogue, she dictated her feelings towards her marriage in a way that supposedly justified her infidelity. Myrtle stated, “I married him because I thought he was a gentleman” (Fitzgerald 34).
Both Native slaves and Afro American slaves saw their situation as unhappy as the Europeans treated them without any respect. For both was running away an option to create the freedom they never had. While the Native slaves saw hope in the reservations, the Afro American saw hope to pretend to be one of the few free Afro Americans, to look for Native ancestry or to pay for their own
Slaves had to be dehumanized for the slaveowners to rationalize what they were doing, and therefore, as is commonly known, slave brutality was severe. The thought of emancipation, that slaves would no longer be suppressed in the South lead to fear for uprising, vengeance, etc. on the then former slave owners. These uprisings had happened before and the southern slave owners were terrified of what would happen if they weren't being suppressed. Emancipation would also mean that slaves would become free and citizens on equal standing with the whites.
As the war came to an end men witnessed the great contribution that women had during the war and because of this some men even changed their minds and supported the Woman Suffrage Movement. The movement reunited stronger than ever because after the Civil War they had support to allow them to fight for their rights with more ease. Women’s role in society changed because during the Civil War women took advantage that without the presence of men they would have to take their roles. When men returned from war it was very difficult to get the women out of what had been established in their
She is our interpreter, when we met with the Shoshone she helped bribe them into getting the horses to us. She is also great at identifying landmarks, since she got kidnapped when she was 12 she knows her way around. Resourcefulness is another great skill Sacagawea has, she spotted different plants that can be used for medicine and food. I think her best trait is how good of a leader she is, she was the 3rd captain of the journey. Sacagawea has a kid, and that also proves how skilled she is.
From the time of first contact to the 1880’s, the relationship between the Natives and settlers was continually changing. During the fur trade, the relationship that developed between the natives and the traders was a one without major issues. But as the fur trade began to decline, the relationship between the Natives and the settlers started to decline as well. A catalyst for this change were the treaties that the Natives signed that sold their portions land to the settlers. These treaties, the Treaty of Traverse de Sioux and Mendota, were supposed to establish the permanent homes of these natives, but this did not happen (Treaty of Mendota, 1851; Treaty of Traverse de Sioux, 1851).
Lewis and Clark produced countless discoveries of , people, land, plants, animals, waterways, and trade. Last, created the west to be livable for America, the rapidly growing country. It caused close bonds with the Native Americans. The men showed the Indians that Americans could be trusted. Natives were becoming open to visitors and helping the travelers in need with the exception of something usually in