History "Heading West" please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!1?
Name 2 tribes that lived in the West before the Europeans arrived? Hopi and Blackfoot
What was the treaty of 1818?
What was the re-birth of religious thought that swept across the United States called?
The Great Awakening.
Name the present day states that the United States gained in the Oregon Treaty of 1846
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, part of Monatana, part of Wyomin
What date did "Oregon Fever" sweep the nation? October 12, 1887
What was the Hudson's Bay Company?
Who was Jim Beckwourth and what did he find?
What was South Pass and why was it important for future travelers?
Who was one of the first missionaries to try and convert many Indians?
Name two functions of forts along the Oregon Trail.
To protect from invading Natives and to supply travelers with supplies.
- ElLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Archaeological information indicates that Algonquin people have lived in the Ottawa Valley for at least 8,000 years before the Europeans arrived in North America. ... While there, he participated in a Huron-Algonquin attack on the Oneida and Onondaga villages (these tribes were part of the Iroquois Nation Confederacy),
- American Indians, sometimes called Native Americans, are descendants of the first people to live in the Americas. They had been living there for thousands of years before any Europeans arrived. ... No people had lived in the Americas before the arrival of Indians. ... Native Americans from The American West.
James Pierson Beckwourth (April 6, 1798 or 1800, Frederick County, Virginia - October 29, 1866, Denver) (a.k.a. Jim Beckworth, James P. Beckwith) was born in Virginia in 1798 to Sir Jennings Beckwith, a descendant of Irish and English nobility, and an African-American mulatto woman about whom little is known. His life is best known from the book The Life and Adventures of James P. Beckwourth from 1856, which was rejected by early historians of the Old West as being ridiculous campfire lore, but has been rehabilitated since as not reliable in details, but a valuable source of social history. The civil rights movement discovered Beckwourth as an early afro-american pioneer and he is subsequently named a role model in children's literature and textbooks. http://www.beckwourth.org/
treaty of 1818?
The Convention respecting fisheries, boundary, and the restoration of slaves between the United States and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, also known as the London Convention, Anglo-American Convention of 1818, Convention of 1818, or simply the Treaty of 1818, was a treaty signed in 1818 between the United States and the United Kingdom. It resolved standing boundary issues between the two nations, and allowed for joint occupation and settlement of the Oregon Country, known to the British and in Canadian history as the Columbia District of the Hudson's Bay Company, and including the southern portion of its sister fur district New Caledonia.
The treaty name is variously cited as Convention respecting fisheries, boundary, and the restoration of slaves, Convention of Commerce (Fisheries, Boundary and the Restoration of Slaves), and Convention of Commerce between His Majesty and the United States of America.
* Article I secured fishing rights along Newfoundland and Labrador for the U.S.
* Article II set the US-Canadian boundary along "a line drawn from the most northwestern point of the Lake of the Woods, [due south, then] along the 49th parallel of north latitude..." to the "Stony Mountains" (now known as the Rocky Mountains). This settled a boundary dispute caused by ignorance of actual geography in the boundary agreed to in the 1783 Treaty of Paris that ended the American Revolutionary War. That earlier treaty had placed the boundary between the United States and British possessions to the north, along a line going westward from the Lake of the Woods to the Mississippi River. The parties failed to realize that the river did not extend that far north, so such a line would never meet the river. The new treaty also created the anomalous Northwest Angle, the small section of the present state of Minnesota that is the only part of the United States outside of Alaska north of the 49th parallel.
* Article III provided for joint control of land in the Oregon Country for ten years. Both could claim land and both were guaranteed free navigation throughout.
* Article IV confirmed the Anglo-American Convention of 1815, which regulated commerce between the two parties, for an additional ten years.
* Article V agreed to refer differences over a U.S. claim arising from the Treaty of Ghent, which ended the War of 1812, to "some Friendly Sovereign or State to be named for that purpose". The U.S. claim was for return of, or compensation for, slaves that were in British territory or on British naval vessels when the treaty was signed. The Treaty of Ghent article in question was about handing over property, and the U.S. claimed that these slaves were the property of U.S. citizens.
* Article VI established that ratification would occur within at most six months of signing the treaty.
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- Anonymous5 years ago
The phrase is said to have originated in the 14th century as 'heels over head', meaning doing a cartwheel or somersault but somehow it got inverted along the way. This appeared later in Thomas Carlyle's History of Frederick the Great, 1864: "A total circumgyration, summerset, or tumble heels-over-head in the Political relations of Europe." Indeed, "head over heels" is already our normal state when standing or sitting so I never thought it referred to a cartwheel, it truly makes no sense. I rather thought it referred to one of those wild and flexible sexual positions where a woman would put her legs behind her head.