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What Redburn saw in Lancelot’s HeyWhat Redburn saw in Lancelot’s Hey
New England, believed they were chosen by God to conquer and settle the new land. Eventually the term “Zion on the Hill” was accepted to show the belief that Americans would create God’s kingdom on earth
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From the Turner Thesis to New Western History: a comparative Historiographical Study of the us frontier SynopsisFrom the Turner Thesis to New Western History: a comparative Historiographical Study of the us frontier Synopsis
From the Turner Thesis to New Western History: a comparative Historiographical Study of the us frontier
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U. S. History Chapter 10 “Jacksonian Era” ReviewU. S. History Chapter 10 “Jacksonian Era” Review
Election of 1824 – J. Q. Adams, H. Clay, W. Crawford, A. Jackson…Jackson won popular / electoral vote, but J. Q. Adams wins election in House of Rep with Clay’s help
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Introduction to the War of 1812 NameIntroduction to the War of 1812 Name
Canada. They also wanted to cut off British supply lines to a American Indian confederation that was fighting with the British. American naval victories fought on Lake Erie and Lake Champlain kept the northern states, including New York
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Westward Expansion, Manifest Destiny and the Donner PartyWestward Expansion, Manifest Destiny and the Donner Party
Texas, California, Colorado and Oregon. The California Gold Rush, the construction of railroads and a growing pioneer spirit all contributed to the expansion of the "wild west."
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