Chapter 13-pgs 420-427

Chapter 13-pgs 420-427 - A.P. US Mods 6/7/8 Notes for pgs....

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A.P. US Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 420 – 427
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The West and Beyond The Far West Far Western Trade Beaver Trade Dies Down Mexican Government in the   Far West - The  west  was still the present mid-west and most didn’t go  beyond to encounter the desert-like plateaus - Pawnees, Kiowa, and Sioux Indians roamed the land hunting for  buffalo - The region was an obstacle to farmers which looked more past  the Rockies to the far west - In 1821 Mexico revolted and became independent form Spain  taking all the past Spanish land in NA - Oregon country was given to the US, and after 1825 when  Russian gave up in Oregon, US had even more land - The US now had the modern Oregon, Washington, Wyoming,  and Idaho, parts of Montana, and Canada - OR, TX, CA, NM were together bigger than Brit, Fran, Ger  combined - By 1820 US was only at Missouri, and the land lay available to 
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