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As we continue to discuss the migration West, I had a thought I would like the groups feeling on...Given the lifestyles of pioneers living in the West, do you think women would have felt especially isolated? Why?
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As we continue to discuss the migration West, I had a thought I would like the groups feeling on...Given the lifestyles of pioneers living in the West, do you think women would have felt especially isolated? Why?
Weegy: yes i felt they were especially isolated due to the fact that mostly works that involve food, house and the like are usually done by men in their generation. [ and they often don't have a say in handling certain tasks such as making decisions. A look at a typical pioneer women's journey from packing the wagon, hardships on the trail, and work upon arriving at their destination By the year 1869 when the first transcontinental railroad was finished, over 350,000 pioneers had taken the Oregon Trail to start a new life. Many of these were women and most were accompanied by children. From the very first wagon train on, women would see and experience hardship like none they had ever imagined. They would also find out how strong a women could truly be. Husbands often made the decision to start life over in the west without ever asking whether the wives thought this was a good decision or how it might affect them. Some wives did have say though, and in a few instances, women not only influenced their husbands to go, but a few traveled westward by themselves. Before heading west, many women often spent their day doing nothing more than visiting, needlework, and the occasional gardening of flowers. They had married men who were established as businessmen in the towns they then lived in. They never dreamed these same men, entrepreneurs at heart, would listen to tales of gold and prosperous green land west, and decide to pack up their families and head out themselves. Others were not from as wealthy families; their men were laborers, and already working the land, they themselves working alongside them. Neither type was in most instances prepared for the hardships that lay ahead. Before a family could head west, first the wagon must be packed. This task fell normally to the woman of the house. A list would be prepared, household items that they would no longer need or deemed unable to be carried along, would be sold off first, to help pay for the trip. This would ... (More)
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give me your feelings on relations between Mexicans and Native Americans in the Southwest after 1821...as it relates to Texas... Is this a hotbed of things to come?
Weegy: Native American Church, Christianity, traditional shamanistic tribal religion ... of Native Americans in the United States originally from the Southwest United States. ... The Chiricahua were divided into two groups after they were released from ... [ Chicano or New Mexicans of Spanish/Hispanic and Apache descent) ] (More)
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As word spread like wildfire…what were some of the effects of the California Gold Rush…were they only limited to economic, or where there larger political and social implications headed our way..
Weegy: 1.Oregon territory acquired by the us Texas revolution war with Mexico us expands sea to sea gadsden purchase California becomes a state 2.overpopulaton....rape of the land.....many people starved to death when they didn't strike gold......many [ people taken advantage of finacialy.....the price of gold dropped effecting the economy ] (More)
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