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Farming and Populism 3.3

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Holly McKnight

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Farming and Populism 3.3
Define...
Homestead Act
Morrill Act


Would you take advantage of the Homestead Act?
CHUNK!
Settling the Plains

Who was allowed to take part in the Homestead Act?

Who are Exodusters?

Which immigrants moved there? (Name a few.)
Chunk!
End of the Frontier
Why did people rush to Oklahoma?
Who were the former occupants of this land?
How did this all end the frontier?
Conclusion
Bellringer
MAKE SURE YOU TURN IN ANY HOMEWORK TO THE APPROPRIATE DRAWER.

Grab a 3.2 map activity worksheet from the back table. You have 18 minutes to complete this. You can work with a buddy. Happy Friday!
intro...
The Great Plains were becoming
more "tamed" for new settlers to move to and live. How do you think the land was more "tame"?
define...
sodbusters

dry farming

What would farmers plant instead?
Agricultural Supply and Demand
Study the line graph on pg. 103

What is supply?
Demand?
What happened to the price of wheat as the supply increased?
How do you think farmers were affected?
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