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Dakota Death March

This Prezi was created for my 11th grade world history class. This was by made our group to teach everyone about the Minnesota Dakota Death March and the 8 stages of genocide.

Cathy Schierenbeck

on 14 March 2013

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Transcript of Dakota Death March

Minnesota Dakota Death March Organized & Conducted *The tribes were given a choice to go on the Death March and found it easier to just go along expect for a few tribes. *Bounties were put on Native Americans that did not go. Start to End November 7-13, 1862 Lower Sioux Agency Where? 150 miles End What set the stage? The indians had no money compared to the whites Perpetrator & Victims Colonel William Rainey Marshall and his soilders as well as the citizens Native Americans
Sioux Tribe Why Allowed and Who Knew? Stage 1 Stage 2 Classification Symbolization Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6 Polarization Preparation Organization Dehumanization Stage 3 Extermination Denial Stage 7 Stage 8 What was it? The 8 stages Answers for paper *The whites became more powerful than the Indians because of guns
*The lack of technology made news of this travel slowly
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