Chapter 10 Study Guide The Territory Prospers Notes



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Chapter 10 Study Guide

The Territory Prospers

Notes

The Railroad Revolutionizes Transportation (pg. 184-187)

1. Most of the workers on the transcontinental railroad were _______________ from foreign countries such as ________________ and ___________________.

2. The tracks of both Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads met at _________________ ___________ near the Great Salt Lake.

3. Why did the Union Pacific (east) lay down so much more track than the Central Pacific (west)?

4. Explain the effect of the railroad had on life in the Utah Territory in these different areas:



Mining:

Agriculture:

Local Business:

Settlers and Tourism:

5. Why were the Utah Central Railroad, Utah Southern Railroad, and Utah Northern Railroads built?

6. Why did the settlements of Corinne and Ogden grow at this time?


Brave Men in Wooden Boats (pg. 188-189)

7. Who was John Wesley Powell?

8. Why did he travel down the Green and Colorado Rivers?

9. What were two of his major contributions to Utah and the Western U.S.?

1)
2)




Settlements Spread Out (pg. 190-194)

10. Who advised the settlers in the Vernal area to build a fort for safety? _____________________________

11. Why did the Hole-in-the-Rock group have such a hard time relocating in Bluff? What did they have to do to get there?


12. Which group of people settled in Iosepa?
13. Why did the people of Iosepa have such a hard time adjusting to life in Utah?
14. Where were the majority of settlements in Utah before 1857?________________________________

15. Where did the Mormons build settlements after 1857? (see page 192)





Religious Congregations Prosper (pg. 195)

16. What were three new religions that came to Utah in the late 1800s?

  1. 2) 3)

17. Who was Reverend Lawrence Scanlan, and what were some of his contributions to Utah?



Territorial Schools (pg. 196-197)

18. __________________________ was the first school teacher to teach in Utah.

19. What were schools like in the early years of Utah settlements?

20. Why did schools struggle in Utah in the early years of Mormon settlement?

21. What were the first well-organized schools in Utah, and who ran them?

22. What was the first school for higher learning in Utah? ___________________________ What did it later change its name to? ___________________________

23. Who began and ran the majority of early colleges and universities in Utah? _____________________



It’s Electric! (pg. 198-199)

24. How did electricity change life in Utah? (2-3 ways)

a) b) c)
25. What effect did the telephone have on Utahns? (early years, by the 1930s)




More Minerals Are Discovered (pg. 200-201)

26. What were the main minerals being mined in Utah during the 1800s? Name 5 of the 6 in the book.

1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

27. Describe the growth (beginning) and decline (end) of Silver Reef.

28. Who were the Silver Kings, and why are they called that?





Indian Farms and Reservations (pg. 202)

29. How were Indian farms different from reservations?

30. What is the largest Indian reservation in Utah? ______________________________



Buffalo Soldiers (pg. 203)

31. Who were the Buffalo Soldiers, and what did they do in Utah?
32. Where were they stationed in Utah? ____________________________

Who Robbed the Train? (pg. 204-205)

33. Why is Butch Cassidy famous?


Reading Test: Colleges and Universities in Utah map

You will answer questions using a map.

Vocabulary:

word: abandon

My Understanding: 4 3 2 1

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word: cataract

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word: cholera

My Understanding: 4 3 2 1

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word: junction

My Understanding: 4 3 2 1

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word: retire

My Understanding: 4 3 2 1

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word: sustain

My Understanding: 4 3 2 1

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Essay Questions: Brainstorming the topics:(all three brainstorms must be completed to get full credit on the essay.)

#1 How did the meeting of the railroad from East to West change life in the Utah Territory?

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#2 What changes in schools and education took place in the Utah Territory during the time period discussed?
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#3 How did telephones and electricity benefit the Utah Territory? Explain some of the benefits that came from bringing the electricity and phone lines to the Utah Territory?

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Step 1: Turn the question you are answering into a statement of fact.

Topic Sentence: ___________________________________________________________________________________



Step 2: Write your brainstorming ideas as complete sentences here with one idea per sentence.

Supporting Sentence 1: _______________________________________________________________________________

Supporting Sentence 2: _______________________________________________________________________________

Supporting Sentence 3: _______________________________________________________________________________



Step 3: Restate your topic/main idea in a new way.

Concluding Sentence: ________________________________________________________________________________



Bonus:

1. Why was the Great Train Robbery such a revolutionary movie for its time?



2. What are two theories about what happened to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid?






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