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The history of the United States is as much a story of __________ as it is a story of rapid and complete settlement. transportation
_____________________ led the way, and he was soon followed by Lewis and Clark, Sacagawea, and Zebulon Pike. Daniel Boone
Americans first traveled on ______, on horseback, by wagon, and by stagecoach over railroads. In later years pioneers trekked along rivers and canals. foot
The land was not ______ for the taking, as many Americans thought. free
Most Native Americans resisted __________ ________ who took over their hunting grounds and pushed them into unfamiliar territories. white settlers
The concept of Manifest Destiny led to __________ with other peoples, notably the British and Mexicans over territory. clashes
By the start of the _____ ______, all the pieces were in place for the future lower forty-eight. Civil War
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