Hill City High School - Ranger Yearbook (Hill City, SD)

 - Class of 1976

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CHAPTERS OF AMERICA HISTCRY The Stamp,-Xttot17o5 was an attempt bv Eng- land to tax items that were wholly Ameritan The tolonists reatted in seething resentment whith erupted into angry protestations The first blood of the Ameritan Revolution was spilled during one suth intident at Boston in 1770 beveral Americans lost their lives over a snowball thrown ata British sentry ln the tight to athieve tiimmerte equality, the United States found itself in a naval war over shipping lanes Fort lvltl-leniv was heriorally held during a British naval bombardment, and the stars and stripes still flew after a night ot hard fighting The next morning Francis Scott lxev penned the immortal words ot what would become the national anthem as s , 11 s 2 f E Wf -13-if-iam Ti .-' ,S te assi 1' EE fr it llltlls- Hav e'-' wi v ' I ' wr' :-'ig Sill"-::N ' bettlers had to have permanent attess to the new lands, so t,.irials and bridges were built In earrv stages and vvagoii trains loaded with matliirierv destiried lor settlt-ments in the Wflest The pioneers torvsaw great wealth in the theap at reage that was availablii Q built tlements and drove back the Indians. The Pony Express and the telegraph became primary means of communication Agriculture was the wealth of the country, American inventions of the time were often re- lated to working the soil The McCormick Reaper, mowing machines, textile looms and the totton gin were instrumental in the settling of new trontiers. ei ln 18-18,Vlames Marshall found gold in the race ot a sawmill he was building for john 'Sutter at Coloma, California The lust to "get rich quitll' was the forte behind this biggest and gaudiest gold rush ever While 'gold rush fever gripped the country, states were increasingly more divided on the slavery issue. Civil war broke out in the East. This "Brothers War" was bitterly fought and, though the scars remain even today, slavery was abolished, :,.:: ,' ,ffl nzia. 1 . x.. X ' --: - -,gc s K-593. gm, . u. - ' ' , V-A-f..,f5 t uv. 5495: -1 'YLJHQ' 5.1 ' " NY Veta, .'r'Zf-if nj ' -+C' . fn 4 if. .. ' -A35,,:.fr . .. , is ff -. . 4 . V...f..,g- t uw , -,- - 'AL:f',Js:Q ' - , . - 'z-Q'Pf'x" . , Crain' f T- - -. .. T- ,- -tg, 1 V-ga .-' V. N'gfaasws 'i, f ix'-tT.:-,V -' ,i,,. .' my ,NEG fffl 4 .L '4 'TY ,F " 1 -'S at bf -i"!f- , s tk-TM 735'-oif-f.gfg',,, Cities grew at an alarming pace, often without regard to the limits of safety. The great Chicago fire ot 1871 burned the bustling cattle market empire beyond recognition. But the pioneer spirit was not brolsen Chicagoans began re- building and preparations were underway to telebrate the 100th birthday of the country. , .onl mrs.-f . . f i ll'f 'Ji ' 1 ' 6 f s hr' 0 ' 1, lvlan Q ' "" i is 5: 0 ' .af t 'M-M. ri S ., ,X .1 .w ' A N 'X Hx .. E 4, 'fin l . - 'Z "' f A 9 ,. .- W an ff , Q":'.g"w- .X ' Y ' The 'Iron Horse," carrying homesteaders, greatly helped settlement of the new country. The first transcontinental railroad connected the country at Promontory Summit, Utah, on May 10,1809



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