Utah is the 45th state in the USA. It became a state on January 4, 1896. The abbreviation of the state Utah is UT. Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah. Salt Lake City is also the largest city in Utah.
About 57% of Idahoans live in or near cities. 43% of Idahoans live on farms or in small towns. Idaho’s farmers grow 13.8 billi... ... middle of paper ... ...ernment creates a reservation Idaho for the Nez Perce. 1860 Mormons establish the first permanent settlement in what is now Idaho. Miners discovered gold at Orofino Creek.
Though, in the 1800s, they decided to abandon this lifestyle and become nomadic and move to South Dakota (Black Hills), Wyoming, and Colorado areas. No matter where the Cheyenne lived, they always kept their natural language, which was part of the Algonquin language family (Lewis). The Cheyenne tribe, like other tribes, had their own lifestyle, beliefs, and customs and also had conflicts with the whites. Even today, the Cheyenne Indians exist and are living well. The Cheyenne Indians had quite an interesting life and many different customs that even live on today.
. Oklahoma’s name is borrowed from the Choctaw words okla and humma, which means “red people”. Oklahoma has been nicknamed “the sooner state”. Oklahoma became the 46th state to enter the union on November 16, 1907. Oklahoma seem small, but yet it the Unites States Census Bureau estimates the population is 3,850,568 during the summer of 2013.
The Native Americans had to use what they could to record what they observed. Their records were found on rock and cave drawings, stick notching, beadwork, pictures on animal skins and story telling. One of the few dateable events among the various records of Native Americans was the 1833 appearance of the Leonid meteor shower. The most obvious accounts of the Leonid storm appear among the various bands of the Sioux of the North American plains. The Sioux kept records called “winter counts,” which were a chronological pictographic account of each year painted on animal skin.
Wyoming v. Colorado: A "Watershed" Decision. Retrieved April 3, 2007, from The Colorado Lawyer from http://www.cobar.org/tcl/tcl_articles.cfm?ArticleID=4063 U.S. Supreme Court. (1940). State of Wyoming v. State of Colorado (309 U.S. 572 (1940), No. 10) from http://waterplan.state.wy.us/BAG/platte/briefbook/LaramieRiver1922.html Natural Fort, Carr, Colorado.
The longitude in Oregon is 116 45W to 124 30W. The Latitude is 42N to 46 15N. The Highest point in Oregon is Mount Hood reaching 11,239 feet high. The lowest point in the state of Oregon is the Pacific Ocean. According to www.netstats.com the average elevation in Oregon is 3,300 feet above sea level.
Yellowstone sits on a Plateau at an elevation of about 8,000 feet. The Rocky Mountains surround the plateau on almost all sides, which can be as high as 11,358 feet at the top of Eagle Peak. The Park also has one of the world’s largest petrified forests, which are fossilized remains ... ... middle of paper ... ... bill to make The Grand Canyon a national park was made in 1882 and if it had passed the Grand Canyon would have been the 2nd national park in the U.S., never the less, Harrison established the Grand Canyon Forest Reserve and Roosevelt established the Grand Canyon Game Preserve. Woodrow Wilson eventually signed the Grand Canyon National Park act in 1919. The Canyon is most known for its massive size and numerous layers of colorful rock reaching the Colorado River below.
The Cheyenne Tribe of native american indians are one of the most well known tribes in the plains. Originally in the 1600’s the Cheyenne Tribe lived in stationary villages in the east part of the country. They would rely on farming to make money and to feed their family. The Cheyennes occupied what is now Minnesota. In the 1700’s the Cheyennes migrated to North Dakota and settled on a river.
The Hicker's Guide to Wyoming, 1992. Falcon Press Publishing Co., Inc., P.O. Box 1718, Helena, MT 59624 (4) Nation, The. Native Rites and Wrongs, p. 4-5. July 21, 1997 (5) "Devils Tower, Wyoming."