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Manifest Destiny. 1.-5. Presidents 21-25 (spelled correctly) 6. Who are Lewis & Clark? 7. What is the Louisiana Purchase? 8. What president purchased the Louisiana Territory? 9. Who helped Lewis & Clark find their way? 10. Where did Lewis & Clark reach at the end of their journey?.

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    1. Manifest Destiny 1.-5. Presidents 21-25 (spelled correctly) 6. Who are Lewis & Clark? 7. What is the Louisiana Purchase? 8. What president purchased the Louisiana Territory? 9. Who helped Lewis & Clark find their way? 10. Where did Lewis & Clark reach at the end of their journey? TURN IN BELL WORK!Bar Exam V

    2. Westward Expansion MapInstructions • Label the Mississippi River • Draw the line that divides the Northern states from the Southern states and the Western states • Label the name of each land acquisition next to each number • OUTLINE each acquired territory with a different color

    3. Create a Key Defeat of Eastern Indians, 1794-1830 Indian War Native American Reservations Missouri Compromise

    4. Old Northwest {aka Northwest Ordinance} Who: George Washington; Congress of the Conf.; U.S. Congress What: part of the Land Ordinance of 1785, where the gov’t hoped to sell land gained by the Treaty of Paris When: July 13, 1787/Aug. 7, 1789 Where: South of the Great Lakes, north & west of the Ohio R., east of the Mississippi R. How: Washington signed the Ordinance into law with the support of Congress Why: creation of the Northwest Territory in order to raise money selling land.

    5. Old Southwest Who: George Washington; U.S. Congress; North Carolina What: following the Land Ordinance of 1785, where the gov’t hoped to sell land gained by the Treaty of Paris in order to raise money; North Carolina ceded land in the Southwest Ordinance of 1790. When: May 26, 1790. Where: South of the Ohio River, south & west of the Appalachian mountains., east of the Mississippi R. How: Washington signed the Ordinance into law with the support of Congress Why: creation of the Southwest Ordinance

    6. Louisiana Purchase Who: U.S. Congress, Thomas Jefferson, France, Napoleon What: land purchase of Louisiana Territory from France under the Louisiana Purchase Treaty When: July 4, 1803 Where: west of the Mississippi River, north of the Gulf of Mexico, south of British Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains How: Jefferson paid $15 million for the Louisiana Territory (3 cents an acre!) Why: to eliminate the French presence in America, and for Napoleon to pay for the war with Britain and in Haiti

    7. Oregon Country Who: U.S., British & French Canadian fur trappers, Russia What: disputed ownership of the land in the Pacific Northwest, which ended with the Oregon Treaty of 1846 and established the 49th parallel British-America boundary When: 1846 Where: south of the 49th parallel, west of the Rocky Mts. to the Pacific Ocean and north of the 42ºN latitude. How: U.S. and Great Britain signed the Oregon Treaty of 1846 Why: to end the territorial dispute and settle from Atlantic to Pacific

    8. Mexican Cession Who: U.S., Mexico What: southwestern U.S. that was ceded by Mexico after the Mexican-American War When: 1848 Where: Alta California; land south of the 42 parallel (set by the Adams-Onis Treaty), west of the Texas Rio Grande, and Baja and Sonora to the south How: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo signed over the land Why: U.S. fought Mexico (recently independent of Spain) for land; to expand the U.S. westward (manifest destiny)

    9. Gadsden Purchase Who: U.S., James Gadsden, Mexico, President Franklin Pierce What: La Mesilla purchased through the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo When: December 30, 1853 Where: La Mesilla, U.S. Mexico boundary of present day Arizona and part of New Mexico; south of the Gila River and west of the Rio Grande How: Mexican-American War treaty signed by James Gadsden Why: the land south of the Mexican Cession was too mountainous and the U.S. railroad wanted to build a Southern railroad line to increase trade

    10. Texas Annexation Who: U.S., President Polk, Mexico What: land won from the Mexican-American war When: 1845 Where: present day Texas, Oklahoma, part of New Mexico, part of Colorado and into Wyoming How: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Why: many white settlers were already settled there and owned plantations and wanted to be independent of Mexico

    11. Spanish Florida Who: U.S., Spain, Seminoles What: southern most disputed territory owned by Spain, U.S. settlers, and Seminole Indians When: 1810-1819 Where: southern most land along the Gulf of Mexico How: Adams-Onis Treaty Why: to be able to go into Florida to find run away slaves

    12. Red River Valley Who: U.S., Great Britain, Canada What: a region in central North America that is drained by the Red River of the North When: 1818 Where: south of the 49th parallel, between the U.S., Canada, and the Rocky Mts. How: Anglo-American Convention of 1818 Why: fertile valley land for agriculture