"Manifest Destiny" Educational Rap by MC LaLa. What Makes the Red Man Red. Verse 1: Your history books (lies)/ Your holidays (lies) Thanksgiving lies and Columbus Day Tell me why I know more than the teacher Tell me why I know more than the preacher Tell me why you think the red man is red Stained with the blood from the land you bled Tell me why you think the red man is dead With a fake headdress on your head Tell me what you know about thousands of Nations Displaced and confined to concentration camps called reservations We died for the birth of your nation Hollywood portrays us wrong (like savages) History books say we're gone (like savages) Your god and church say we're wrong (like savages) We're from the Earth, it made us strong Chorus Verse 2: Savages is as savage does The white man came and ravaged us Caused genocide/ look in my eyes and tell me who you think the savages was Hook: You made me red when you killed my people Made me red when you bled my tribe Made me red when you killed my people (Like savages/ Like savages)
Westward Expansion. Westward Expansion summary: The story of the United States has always been one of westward expansion, beginning along the East Coast and continuing, often by leaps and bounds, until it reached the Pacific—what Theodore Roosevelt described as "the great leap Westward.
" The acquisition of Hawaii and Alaska, though not usually included in discussions of Americans expanding their nation westward, continued the practices established under the principle of Manifest Destiny. Even before the American colonies won their independence from Britain in the Revolutionary War, settlers were migrating westward into what are now the states of Kentucky and Tennessee, as well as parts of the Ohio Valley and the Deep South. Westward the Course of Empire The debate over whether the U.S. would continue slavery and expand the area in which it existed or abolish it altogether became increasingly contentious throughout the first half of the 19th century.
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Pour en savoir plus cliquez ici. My schoolbag English Resources site for ESL teachers. Site de Ressources pour l'anglais en lycée et collège de G.Bourrachot . THE WEST AS MYTH TL1 LVA Documents complémentaires Par anglais03 dans THE WEST AS MYTH le 15 Février 2014 à 09:32American Visions, le documentaire vu le 13 février : Manifest Destiny Commencer à 1'30 transcript I typed here AMERICAN VISIONSJohn O' Sullivan, the man who coined the expression: "Manifest destiny" painting you can compare with John Gast's American Progress :Westward the Course of Empire takes its Way by Emmnuel the trailer we studied : how the West was NPRManifet destiny on the screenEn attendant le rappel des documents étudiés, 2 textes sur le rapport du mythe à l'histoire,HistoricalMythV.RealityAudio....listen for pleasure and culture !
Wboys of the Wild West live on. There is still rugged terrain on the Great Plains only accessible by horseback The traditions of America's cowboys are alive and well on the Great Plains despite modern technology encroaching on their way of life on the prairie, as Kevin Connolly found when he visited Montana and the Dakotas.
When I grew up watching old Westerns at Saturday morning pictures back in the 1960s, it never crossed my mind that the age of the cowboy would last long enough for me to meet some of them at work on America's northern Great Plains, where cattle are still roped and branded by tough, taciturn men on horseback. It is like finding a place where history is still alive and running concurrently with the present. Walking into a Stetsoned and booted town like Glendive, Montana, feels like walking into a bar in Rome and finding gladiators relaxing over an espresso. 'Horse wreck' He had no front teeth.
Front teeth, he said he was told, are essentially cosmetic, at least in part, and were therefore not covered. Cowboys.