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Page 6 , Unit 5 Manifest Destiny . Essential Question: How did westward expansion transform the nation? Learning Target: I will be able to discuss the impact of westward expansion on different cultures of the United States Homework: Vocabulary/ finish lesson activity

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Page 6 unit 5 manifest destiny

Page 6, Unit 5Manifest Destiny

Essential Question: How did westward expansion transform the nation?

Learning Target: I will be able to discuss the impact of westward expansion on different cultures of the United States

Homework: Vocabulary/ finish lesson activity

Formative Assessment: Choose one group of people discussed today in class, and describe how their Culture/ future was changed by westward expansion

Rubric- 1-4 Scale


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Vocabulary page i

John Jacob Astor: American businessman, real estate builder, investor, inventor, writer, lieutenant colonel in the Spanish-American War

Mountain Men: men hired by eastern companies to trap animals for fur in the Rocky Mountains and other western regions of the U.S.

Oregon Trail: 2,000 mile trail stretching through the Great Plains from Missouri to Oregon

Santa Fe Trail: important trade trail west from Missouri to New Mexico

Mormons: member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Bringham Young: settler of the Western United States; President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1847 until his death in 1877

Manifest Destiny: belief shared by many Americans that the U.S. should expand from the Atlantic to the Pacific

James K. Polk: 11th President; led U.S. to victory in Mexican American War

Vaqueros: Mexican cowboys in the West who tended cattle and horses

Californios: Spanish colonists in California in the 1800s

Bear Flag Revolt: revolt against Mexico by Americans in California who declared the territory an independent republic

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo: treaty that ended the Mexican War, giving the U.S. much of Mexico’s northern territory

Gadsden Purchase: U.S. purchase of land from Mexico that included the southern parts of AZ and NM

Vocabulary Page I


Activity 1

Activity 1

Read pages 346-349

Fill out information in each box as we read as a group

Would you have taken a wagon trail West during this time? Why?


Activity 2

http://www.pbs.org/kera/usmexicanwar/prelude/md_an_ideal_or_a_justification.html

How was Manifest Destiny both racist and idealist?

Activity 2


Formative assessment

Choose one group of people discussed today in class, and describe how their Culture/ future was changed by westward expansion

Formative Assessment


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