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California Gold Rush Occurred in 1849 when gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill, California
Transcontinental railroad Constructed by Chinese and Irish laborers; connected the East with the West at Promontory Point, Utah in 1869
Commercial farming, mining, and cattle ranching Ways that people who settled the West could make a living
Dawes Severalty Act Law passed by Congress in 1887 to break up the Indian reservations and give land to individual Native Americans
Chief Joseph Nez Perce Indian who asked the US government for fair treatment of his tribe in a famous speech
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