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Chapter 7

Review your Chapter 7 social terms, people, and dates

Henry Sibley First Minnesota Territorial Representative and First MN state governor
Alexander Ramsey First Minnesota Territorial Governor
Steamboat a boat powered by a steam engine; main mode of transportation for newcomers coming to MN Territory
Reservation Land set aside for the American Indians
Treaty Written agreement between two or more nations
Territory A part of the U.S., but not an organized state
Harriet Bishop First school teacher in St. Paul; started a temperance movement, was an author, and worked for women's suffrage
1851 Treaties of Traverse des Sioux and Mendota were signed
1849 The year Minnesota became a territory of the U.S.
1858 May 11th of this year Minnesota became the 32nd state of U.S.
temperance a movement whose followers want to make alcohol illegal
immigrant a person who comes into a country to live there
U.S. Congress a group of people who make laws for the U.S.; has elected representatives from all states and territories
governor the head of the executive branch in a state or territory
state a geographical area with boundaries, people, and a government and consistution
federalism a system of government in which power is divided between a federal (national) government and various state governments (county, city, township)
recruiter a person who encourages new people to join a group or take action
constitution a written document outlining how the government or a state or country is organized
Created by: MrsGazdzik