Chapter 11 Lecture Outline

Chapter 11 Lecture Outline - Chapter 11 Westward Expansion...

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Chapter 11 Westward Expansion Spanish America o Spanish Territory Before 1821 o Concentration of Spanish Settlement o Spanish Cultural Contributions o Consequences of Spanish Settlement The Mexican Revolution and Westward Expansion Consequences of the Mexican Revolution o Mexican Revolution 1810-1821 o Collapse of Spanish Authority o American Economic Penetration and Settlement o End of the California Mission System Western Native American Peoples Causes of American Expansion, 1830s-1840s o Economic Factors o Manifest Destiny o Consequence of Mexican Revolution o Attractiveness of Western Lands o Advertisement The Donner Party,1846 The Pace of Westward Expansion o 150 Years to Expand to the Appalachian Mountains o 50 Additional Years to Expand to the Mississippi River o By 1850, American Settlements Extended to the Pacific Ocean Paving the Way for Western Settlement o Role of Explorers Important Eplorers Zebulon Pike, 1806 Stephen H. Long, 1820
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ELET 2334 taught by Professor Suie during the Spring '08 term at Prairie View A & M.

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