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Ch. 10 The Early Republic. Vocabulary Pioneer Frontier Flatboat Canal. Lesson 1: People on the Move. The first colonists settled between the Atlantic Ocean and Appalachian Mountains (which was difficult to cross). Where is this location on the map?

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Ch 10 the early republic

Ch. 10 The Early Republic


Lesson 1 people on the move

Vocabulary

Pioneer

Frontier

Flatboat

Canal

Lesson 1: People on the Move


Exploring the frontier

Exploring the Frontier


Exploring the frontier1

  • Yet, people kept trying to cross these mountains. Appalachian Mountains (which was difficult to cross).

  • Daniel Boone, a hunter and pioneer, was one of the first to follow an American Indian trail through a narrow passage in the Appalachians in Virginia.

  • The narrow passage was called the Cumberland Gap.

Exploring the Frontier


Exploring the frontier2

Exploring the Frontier


Exploring the frontier3

Exploring the Frontier


Life on the frontier

  • By the late 1700’s, thousands of people had crossed the Appalachians to look for inexpensive farmland and new opportunities in the Ohio and Mississippi River Valleys.

  • As settlers explored the western frontier, they fought with American Indians such as Shawnee, Choctaw and Cherokee.

Life on the Frontier


Life on the frontier1

Life on the Frontier


Life on the frontier2

Life on the Frontier


Life on the frontier3

Life on the Frontier


Life on the frontier4

Life on the Frontier


Life on the frontier5

Life on the Frontier


Life on the frontier6

  • American Indians did not believe that land could be bought or sold. They agreed to sign treaties to let settlers hunt on their land, but not own it or live on it.

  • The Iroquois signed a treaty in 1768, but settlers quickly moved onto their land.

  • Settlers murdered a Mingo Indian Chief’s family. Afterward, he led many attacks against the settlers.

Life on the Frontier


Lesson 2 the nation grows

Vocabulary or sold. They agreed to sign treaties to let settlers hunt on their land, but not own it or live on it.

Manufacturer

Corps

Interpreter

Source

Lesson 2: The Nation Grows


President jefferson

President Jefferson


President jefferson1

President Jefferson


President jefferson2

President Jefferson


Louisiana purchase

Louisiana Purchase


Louisiana purchase1

Louisiana Purchase


Louisiana purchase2

Louisiana Purchase



Lewis and clark1

Lewis and Clark


Lewis and clark2

Lewis and Clark


Lewis and clark3

Lewis and Clark


Lewis and clark4

Lewis and Clark


Lewis and clark5

  • Lewis and Clark completed the tasks Jefferson had given them.

  • They kept detailed journals about the land they saw and the people they met.

  • Even though there was not a direct route to the Pacific Ocean, they proved it was possible to cross the continent through the passes in the Rocky Mountains.

Lewis and Clark


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