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US History Chap 5/6


Pullman Strike Workers rebelled because the Pullman Palace Car Company cut wages by 1/3 and the American Federation of Labor refused to support the strikers. Military action was needed in order to keep mail delivery on track.
Sioux uprising in 1862 the Sioux launched a major uprising in Minnesota; agreed to live on reservation in exchange for annuities- got caught in legislations leaving them poor- Little Crow reluctantly lead an uprising
Battle of Little Big Horn Sitting Bull led the fight against general George Custer 7th cavalry. The Sioux wanted miners out of the black hills, and had appealed to government officials in Washington to stop the miners. Washington doesn't listen. Custer's last stand.
Battle of Wounded Knee (1890) US soldiers massacred 300 unarmed Native American in 1890. This ended the Indian War
Homestead Strike 1892 steelworker strike near Pittsburgh against the Carnegie Steel Company. Ten workers were killed in a riot when "scab" labor was brought in to force an end to the strike.
Created by: PLHShistory1