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Moving West:

Moving West Chapter 7 Lesson 3 (p. 166-170)

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Manifest Destiny The belief common in America in the 1800s that it was the fate of the United States to expand west to the Pacific ocean; The phrase was coined in 1845 by journalist John L. O’Sullivan.
migrate To move from one region to another.
Mormons Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
National Road Connected Maryland with territory north of the Ohio River. This improvement in transportation encouraged people to settle in the Midwest.
Oregon Trail The primary westward route across the country used by settlers of the Northwest in the 1840s and 1850s.
Trail of Tears Forced migration of Cherokee Native Americans from the Southeast to Indian Territory in 1830.
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