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Western Expansion  His/115  10-16-2001 Brandon Hunter
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Thomas Jefferson 
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Jefferson Encourages Western  Expansion Empire of Liberty Inaugural Address The Louisiana Purchase  Sale Of Louisiana  Jefferson’s Pragmatism 
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The Westward Movement
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Consequences of Western  Expansion Indians were forced to either adopt American  customs or move from their lands Thousands of acres of forest cut down Revivals were created Virtual extermination of American Indian Culture  and population
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Political, Social, and Economic  Trends One Party Political System American Trades with France and Britain were  seized
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Unformatted text preview: seized Wanted nothing to do with Barbary States The Impact of Western Expansion Taxes levied to finance wars Military was small and poorly led References (History Western Expansion). 10/16/2011: from http://www.history.army.mil/books/AMH/AMH-07.htm (History Western Expansion) 10/16/2011, From: http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/jefferson/jefffed.html (Western Expansion): 10/16/2011, Copyright © 2004-2011 Herschel Sarnoff and Dana Bagdasarian. http://multimedialearning.org/presentations/westwar dmovement.php...
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