True or False
Events
Bishop and Mattson
Minnesota Territory

100

Harriet Bishop was the first public-school teacher in Minnesota.
What is true.

100

Minnesota became a state in ?
What is 1858.

100

What year did Harriet Bishop arrive in St. Paul to start the first school there?
What is 1847.

100

How did the arrival of settlers affect the Ojibwe and Dakota?
What is teacher's choice.

200

Transportation to Minnesota Territory included cars, steamboats, and canoes.
What is true.

200

What year were the treaties of Traverse de Sioux and Mendota made?
What is 1851.

200

Give one reason why Harriet Bishop considered St. Paul a place that needed to be "civilized".
What is teacher's choice.

200

Why did people immigrate from Ireland to Minnesota?
What is because of a famine.

300

Hans Mattson was the first governor of Minnesota.
What is false.

300

What year did Minnesota become a territory?
What is 1849.

300

How did Hans Mattson change Minnesota?
What is he encouraged other Swedes to move to MN.

300

Why did people immigrate from Germany to Minnesota?
What is because of war.

400

Henry Sibley was an important territorial leader for Minnesota.
What is true.

400

What year did white settlers begin pouring into Minnesota?
What is 1852.

400

Name one challenge Mattson faced in his first year?
What is he and his brother-in-law got caught in a winter storm and almost died.

400

What were the advantages of becoming a territory?
What is Minnesotans would get to send an elected delegate to Congress, they would get a governor, a legislature, and courts.

500

Before statehood, Minnesota was able to control its own finances because it wasn't yet a state.
What is false.

500

What year did it become legal for white settlers to move into Minnesota?
What is 1854.

500

Name one act Harriet Bishop performed to help make St. Paul a better place.
What is teacher's choice.

500

What were the advantages of becoming a state?
What is Minnesota would be able to control its own finances and be in a better position to attract railroad companies. MN would have a real voice in national affairs.