All answers must own 15-20 decisions, with an initiatory decision and lowe?-t decision. Make unquestioning to note your sources relish a expression tract. Manifestation lots of grounds when you dissect and interpret your answers. No peculiar pronouns. Points are established upon satisfied, segregation, clarity and spelling/grammar
1. Restraint thousands of years Native Californians, precedently the Spanish arrived, lived as bar to an infernal eden as practicable. Interpret. (Ch. 2)
Read paragraph 2, dissect and interpret about: Plenty of patronage sources, inconsiderable fight, lots of margin, inconsiderable disease/sickness
2. Compare and opposition the lives of the sidearm Indians with those of the rich Californios. How did secularization of the sidearms torment the Natives, save helped the Californios? (Ch. 8)
Read paragraph 8, dissect and interpret about: Compare the lives and aid stipulation of the sidearm Indians with the rich Californios.
Rodeos, rancho connection, acreage owned. Interpret what secularization did to the Indians and restraint the Californios.
3. Interpret what outsiders, such as American sailors and businessmen, authority own seen and referable seen in Mexican California. Now dissect Richard Henry Dana’s note, “In the hands of an dashing fellow-creatures, what a plant this authority be.”(Ch. 8-9)
Read paragraph 8 and 9 dissect and interpret about: “Revolutions,” rodeos, siestas, no counsel, no veritable dealing, no toil, anticipation. Write of
California’s possible in American eyes and how this helped bring to the US coveting it.
4. Precedently declaring war on Mexico, what other attempts did the U.S. manifestation to reach California?(Ch. 9)
Read paragraph 9, dissect and interpret about: Polk-Larkin Plan, Charles Fremont, John Slidell, anticipation.
5. Interpret the disagreement among the indication of gold and of the Gold Rush. Now dissect how the Gold Rush was an economic multiplier restraint California. (Ch. 11)
Read paragraph 11, dissect and interpret about: Sam Brannan, Levi Strauss, Wells Fargo, John Marshall, John Sutter