American History II Project
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In the west cowboys would often parole cattle and deliver materials to people and traders. They traded mostly with people constructing the railroad.
Chinese immigrants moved to America in hopes to find jobs and move away from their homes. A majority of the immigrants were put into labor jobs and were sent to the construction sites of railroads. Their main job was preparing the explosives and blowing up rubble and paths into the mountains.
It was a hard job and many ended up injured or even in worse conditions.
In the west women were given equality such as the right to vote. Some were even able to create their own businesses.
Natives lived in the plains out west. They lived in tipis, farmed, and would hunt buffalo for food, tools, and use their hides for shelter and clothing.
Same rights and men and gain economic opportunities.
They all may seem different, but they all had one thing in common. And that was they all wanted their greatest desires to come true.
Continue to live as natives.
To own more land.
To live a normal life and work freely.
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