Unit 3: Westward Expansion (Vocabulary (Manifest Destiny: The 19th-century…
Unit 3: Westward Expansion
Trail of Treas
Spread American Values
Westward Expansion though Agrarian America
**Indian removal Act of 1830
Forever divides Native American's and united states
Mexican - American War
annexation of texas
texas and the united states agree to make texas the 28th sate in 1845.
keep slavery on Texas was must
Texas declare independent of mexico
MEXICAN AMERICAN WAR
Manifest Destiny: The 19th-century belief that the united states would inevitably expand westward to the pacific ocean and into Mexican territory.
Missouri compromise: a series of agreements passed by congress in 1820-1821 to maintain the balance of power between slave states and free states.
Indian Removal Act 1830: a law, enacted in 1830, that forced Native American peoples east of the Mississippi to move to lands in the west.
Bleeding Kansas: A law, enacted in 1830, that forced Native American peoples east of the Mississippi to move to land in the west.
Kansas-Nebraska Act 1854: a law, enacted in 1854, that established the territories of Kansas and Nebraska and gave their residents the right to decide whether to allow slavery.
Fugitive Slave Act: a law enacted as part of the compromise of 1850, designed to ensure that escaped slave would be returned into bandage.
Popular Sovereignty: a system in which the residents vote to decide an issue.
Treaty of Guadalupe HIdalgo: the 1848 treaty ending the U.S war with Mexico in which mexico California and new Mexico to the United States
Triangle trade: system of trading that brought slaves to the american colonies in exchange for good
It remained an american institution after the revolutionary war
How many slaves
12.5 million slaves were brought to the america's
10.5 million survived the trip also known as the middle passage
Only 4000,000 thousands were sent to the americacolonies
North vs South
Norther states are growing rapidly. - steel, guns and railroads,