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Western Expansion

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Florida Spain gave to the US through a treaty
Texas Added after it had been an independent republic
Oregon Divided by the US and Britian
California Addeded after a war with Mexico
Louisiana Purchase Bought from France by Thomas Jefforson
Why People Moved West 1.Population growth in the east 2.Cheap, Fertile land 3.Econmoic Logging, farming, freedom 4. Cheaper and faster transpotion 5.Knoledge of over land trails 6.Belife in Manifest destiny
Manifest Destiny The belife in expanding the US to both sides of the country
Popular Sovereignty The idea of voting for things wanted
Cotton Gin Eli Whitney increase the production of cotton and made slaves in higher needs
Reaper Cyrus Mc Cormick and Jo Anderson (slave)
Steam Boat Improved By Robert Fulton Made for faster trasnportation
Steam Locomotive Faster Land Travel
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