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Reshaping America in the Early 1800s Lesson 1 Moving West Key Terms Junípero Serra- (1713-1784)- was a Spanish Franciscan priest who helped establish 9 missions in the present-day state of California, Born in Spani, Serra arrived in Mexico city in 1750 to begin missionary work among the American Indians. Serra’s work in establishing the Missions helped strengthen California territory Expansionists- a person who favors expanding the territory or the influence of a country Manifest Destiny- the 19th century doctrine that westward expansion of the United States was not only inevitable but a God-given right Santa Fe Trail- a trail developed by traders in the mid-1800s, connecting Independence, Missouri, to Santa Fe, New Mexico Mountain Men- American troopers who explored the Rocky Mountains area in the early 1800s Oregon Trail- a trail from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon that was used to pioneers in the mid 1800s Brigham Young- (1801–1877) was an American religious leader who served as the second president of the Mormon church. After Mormon leader Joseph Smith's murder in June 1844, Young took command of the church and led the Mormons westward out of Illinois. He also served as the first governor of the new U.S territory of Utah. Treaty of Fort Laramie- the 1851 treaty that restricted American Indains to specific areas away from the major trails Academic Vocabulary bypass: to go around or avoid defiant: refusing to obey deplorable: terrible; causing shock and disgust nomadic: roaming from place to place perpetual: happening all the time or very often persevered: continued to do something despite its difficulty Lesson Objectives 1. Summarize the settlement and development of the Spanish borderlands.
2. Explain the concept of Manifest Destiny and how it influenced westward expansion. 3. Analyze the causes and challenges of westward migration. The Borderlands of Northern Mexico: Text 1 1. Compare and Contrast How were the Spanish colonists’ relationships with the Apaches different from their relationships with the Pueblo as they settled the American
2. Analyze Sequence How did the Apaches adapt to the changing culture of the West

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