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pioneer someone who ventures into unknown or unclaimed territory
frontier a reigon just beyond or at the edge of a settled area
expedition a journey taken by a group for a definet pupose
corps an arganized group of people
What early events set the stage for western settlements? The opening of the wilderness trail, Louisiana puchase, and the lewis and clark expidedition
why do nations want to increase their size to increase resources and streangth
who was Sacagawea? a sheshone women who was married to a freanch trader & interpreter/ guide to corps.
Created by: rebecca g