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A. Identificationsa.Manifest Destinyb.“The Indian Problem”c.Treaty of Guadeloupe-Hidalgod.Sutter’s Mille.Frederick Jackson TurnerB. Introductiona.Some moved west because they wanted religious freedom, wanted to convert, etc.b.Steady flow of settlers across Great Plains & Rocky Mountainsc.Already Native Americans & Mexicans living in the area that emigrants are headingC. Explorationa.Fur Tradeb.Governmentb.i.Explorers trained militarily, and many were trained in engineersb.i.1.1806 & 1807b.i.1.a.Zebulon Pikeb.i.1.b.Rocky Mountainsb.i.2.1819 & 1820b.i.2.a.Stephen Longb.i.2.b.Mapped the Great Plainsb.i.3.1843 & 1844b.i.3.a.John C Fremontb.i.3.b.Mapped trail leading to Oregon & Californiab.ii.Exploration led to an increase in American proudb.ii.1.Become proud of their land & the things that it holdsb.iii.1845b.iii.1.John O’Sullivanb.iii.2.“Manifest Destiny”b.iii.2.a.“…our manifest destiny to overspread the continent allotted by Providence for the free development of our yearly multiplying millions”b.iii.2.b.Americans were destined to spread across the continent and share their cultureD.Manifest Destinya.Indian Policya.i.Removal was supposed to be something that would protect the tribesa.ii.1820sa.ii.1.Santa Fe traila.ii.1.a.Opened between Missouri & Santa Fe, nma.ii.1.a.i.Provided route to the westa.iii.1840sa.iii.1.Overland trails
a.iii.2.Led settlers farther westa.iv.Trail cut through the middle of Indian territoriesa.iv.1.Federal government could have re-routed trails, but decided to reduce Indian lands in 1854a.iv.2.KS & NE territories opened up to non-Indian settlersa.v.Begin to see the establishment of the Reservation Systema.vi.“The Indian Problem”a.vi.1.Where do they let them settle?