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Chapter 9 The Transformation of American Society, 1815–1840
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THE OLD SLATER MILL, PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND. p236
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CHRONOLOGY p237
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HARRIET JANE HANSON ROBINSON p237
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Westward Expansion Western Society and Customs The Far West The Federal Government and the West The Removal of the Indians Working the Land: The Agricultural Boom
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ASHLAND, OHIO, IN 1846 p239
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POLITICAL CARTOON OF JACKSON AND NATIVE AMERICANS p241
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THE REMOVAL OF THE NATIVE AMERICANS TO THE WEST, 1820–1840 Map 9-1 p242
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The Growth of the Market Economy Federal Land Policy, Speculator and the Squatter The Panic of 1819 The Transportation Revolution The Growth of the Cities
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THE SQUATTERS , BY GEORGE CALEB BINGHAM (1850). p243
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STEAMSHIP BEN CAMPBELL AT LANDING, 1852
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  • Fall '16
  • Industrial Revolution, Native Americans in the United States, Western Society and Customs, HARRIET JANE HANSON ROBINSON

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