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Chapter 13 Westward

Manifest Destiny

Who proposed the idea of Manifest Destiny? John L. O'Sullivan
These slogan support what belief? "Annexation of Texas" "Fifty-Four Forty or Fight" "All of Oregon or None" Manifest Destiny
What happened to the Native Americans in result of the movement westward? Fewer tribes and Declining population
Which state was admitted as a "free" state in result of the Missouri Compromise? Maine
What is it called when people of the United States are entitled to expand across the continent? Manifest Destiny
What year marked the beginning to the gold rush? 1849
What helped the expansion of population in Oregon? Oregon trail
What was the cause of the population explosion in California? Gold Rush
Was Texas admitted as a "free" or "slave" state after the United States annexed it? Slave
What area was occupied by both the United States and Great Britain? Oregon Country
During the mid-1800s the development of the factory system contributed to what in the cities in the United States? Urbanization (rapid growth)
What city in California grew in importance due to the Gold Rush? San Fransico
Did Texas or California spend time as a United States territory before being admitted into the Union? yes/no NO
What was different between the admission of Texas and California to the Union? They were never territories they both were first their own republic.
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