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Westward Expantion

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an agreement that almost doubled in size of the u.s Louisiana Purchase
a journey taken by a group of people with a specific purpose expedition
u.s land in what is now Oklahoma where congress planned to move Natives Indian territory
an early settler of a region pioneer
a law that is passed to prohibit trade with other nations embargo
loyalty and devotion to a nation nationalism
an American policy warning European powers not to interfere with the Americans Monroe Doctrine
outer edge of a settled region frontier
the common method of transportation to the West, in which wagons traveled in groups for safety wagon trail
in 1849 when many settlers moved to California in search of gold Gold Rush
fabric that is woven textile
the way that a society or nation produces and distributes goods and services economy
the process of moving from an agricultural society, in which most goods are handmade, to a society that thrives on machine-manufactured goods industrialization
An act that sent Indians on the Trail of Tears Indian Removal Act
Created by: 1964111340