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Turn of Centurywpe

Go West!

TermDefinition
westward expansion the expansion of the U.S. (American territories) from the East to the West
black cowboys former slaves who went west for economic reasons as well as less discrimination
cattle trail a path used for transporting cattle at the turn of the century
Chisholm Trail a route for driving cattle from San Antonio, Texas to Abilene, Kansas
Great Western Cattle Trail a trail in Texas used to drive cattle to markets in the East
Wright Brothers two brothers who invented, built, and flew the first airplane
George Washington Carver former slave, inventor and botanist who encouraged crop rotation
Alexander Graham Bell invented the first telephone changing the way people communicate
Thomas Edison invented the first electric light bulb
Created by: feethomas