Immigration, growth of cities, the role of the railroadsImmigration, growth of cities, the role of the railroads
In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, economic opportunity, industrialization, technological change, and immigration fueled American growth and expansion
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United States History I westward Movement, Jacksonian America, Economic Development, & SectionalismUnited States History I westward Movement, Jacksonian America, Economic Development, & Sectionalism
Native Americans from the southeast and conflicts over states’ rights and federal power during the era of Jacksonian democracy as the result of major land acquisitions such as the Louisiana Purchase, the Oregon Treaty
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Events in the United States from 1790 to 1850 Gaffney/Eusner/Jaress vus 6 10/23 and 10/26 6aEvents in the United States from 1790 to 1850 Gaffney/Eusner/Jaress vus 6 10/23 and 10/26 6a
America's claim for damages from British ship seizures, and provided America a limited right to trade in the West Indies and the undeclared war on France contributed to the emergence of an organized opposition party, the
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Perhaps the most important single action of the Second Continental Congress was to
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Perhaps the most important single action of the Second Continental Congress was to
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Enough Blame to Go Around: Causes of the Mexican-American WarEnough Blame to Go Around: Causes of the Mexican-American War
Polk bears the heaviest burden of responsibility in causing the war with Mexico due to his extreme expansionist views. In reality
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New government notesNew government notes
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Expansion and Reform III unit 6Expansion and Reform III unit 6
During Jackson’s term in Washington, he had made many opponents to his policies. Many of these opponents broke away from the Democratic Party to form a new party  the Whigs who supported mostly internal improvements
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Title: Native American Tribe Unable to Afford Wounded Knee LandTitle: Native American Tribe Unable to Afford Wounded Knee Land
This Newsy webcast serves as the starting point for discussions on the Battle/Massacre at Wounded Knee, the Western Indian Wars, and the history of Native American tribes and the Sioux in particular
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Journal Prompts Inspired by Thoreau, found in WaldenJournal Prompts Inspired by Thoreau, found in Walden
Sometimes, don’t we envy the simplistic life, as we think others lead it, as ours is so fraught with work, boredom, repetition, and responsibility? Theirs is the carefree life of free will and spontaneous action. Or so it seems
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Unit 1 Test Bank Thru January 2007 GeographyUnit 1 Test Bank Thru January 2007 Geography
In the United States, regional differences in economic development are primarily due to
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The Gold Rush Video QuestionsThe Gold Rush Video Questions
The California Gold Rush ignited the Westward Movement and extended its influence around the world. Thousands came from all parts of the United States and beyond to get rich. Few did
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Unit 6--big Ideas American History I manifest Destiny- expansion and the Mexican War (1800-1850) Text Reading—Lapsanski, et alUnit 6--big Ideas American History I manifest Destiny- expansion and the Mexican War (1800-1850) Text Reading—Lapsanski, et al
Individuals and groups are sometimes motivated to relocate and take risks in order to improve their quality of life
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A brief Global History of MetallurgyA brief Global History of Metallurgy
The final marked stage of metallurgy is the iron stage, the process of hammering, tempering, quenching and annealing iron and iron alloys that required metallurgists a mastery of metallurgical techniques far beyond that of the earlier native ore
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Grade level: 9-12 subject area: Literature creditGrade level: 9-12 subject area: Literature credit
This project will give students an opportunity to read short stories and novel excerpts about the American frontier and then comment on what the literature tells them about that period
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