His15A Journal#3 - ! i\ I ii' i' ./ Narne Journal Grade...

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i\ ii' I Narne Journal Grade SJSU His 15A (3'd History Lecture) The EarI;'Republic, Jeffersonian Democracy, Jackson and Indian Removal Reading: Out of Many ' Chap. 8 "The New Nation,l 6786- 1 800," Chap. 9 "An Empire for Liberty, 1790-1824 & Chap. 11 "The Growth of Democracy" A Dffirent Mirror:Chap. 4 "Toward The Stony Mountains: From Removal to Reservation" Journal problems: Addressing the Journal Prompt: 1't Paragraph: Did not identifl,where the geographic location of what ., American considered the West in the late 1700s. Did not address what was the contradictorv federal ' govemment Indian policy of the West in the 1790s, .. according to OUT OF MANY. (identifying its ,//' contradiction and why it existed) ./ t,,' Did not state President Jefferson's attitude about the West, in the earlier 1800s, and the Native Americans that . occupied it. ,4 _Did not describe the significance of the Louisiana Purchase and AmericarVlndian relations. Did not identify who Tecumseh was and how he responded to U.S. Indian policy in the West, Did not describe the impact of the War of I 8 12 on Native
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