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9 Expanding Markets and Moving West QUIT CHAPTER OBJECTIVE INTERACT WITH HISTORY TIME LINE VISUAL SUMMARY SECTION The Market Revolution 1 SECTION Manifest Destiny 2 SECTION Expansion in Texas 3 SECTION The War with Mexico 4 MAP GRAPH
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9 HOME CHAPTER OBJECTIVE To understand the causes and consequences of western settlement and to summarize the events surrounding the independence of Texas and the war with Mexico Expanding Markets and Moving West
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9 W I T H H I S T O R Y I N T E R A C T What are the ways that a nation increases its territory? Examine the Issues In the 1820s and 1830s the country was energized by new inventions and new business. Now it is 1840, and an economic downturn dampens the hopes of workers and business owners alike. Newspaper ads urge Americans to pack up and move west. But many people and nations already inhabit the North American West. Mexico owns a large part of the area, and Native Americans have been living there for centuries. • What might be benefits or drawbacks of expansion? • What are some reasons countries expand their borders? HOME Expanding Markets and Moving West
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9 The United States The World 1833 Santa Anna is elected president of Mexico. 1825 The Erie Canal connects the East to the West. 1832 Chief Black Hawk leads Sauk rebellion. Andrew Jackson is reelected. 1836 Martin Van Buren is elected president. 1835 Ferdinand I becomes emperor of Austria. TIME LINE HOME 1828 Uruguay becomes an independent republic. 1828 Andrew Jackson is elected president. 1830 Revolutions occur in Belgium, France, and Poland. 1830 Joseph Smith establishes the Mormon Church. Expanding Markets and Moving West continued . . .
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9 The United States The World 1837 John Deere invents the steel plow. 1837 Constitutional revolts occur in Lower and Upper Canada. 1844 James K. Polk is elected president. 1840 Benito Juárez begins liberal reform movement in Mexico. 1847 U.S. wins Mexican-American War. TIME LINE HOME 1841 John Tyler becomes president when President William Henry Harrison dies. 1848 Gold is discovered in California. Zachary Taylor is elected president. 1848 Marx and Engels issue the Communist Manifesto . Expanding Markets and Moving West
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The Market Revolution Technological changes created greater interaction and more economic diversity among the regions of the nation. OVERVIEW
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ch_9 - QUIT 9 Expanding Markets and Moving West CHAPTER...

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