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Expanding The American Nation: Moving Towards the Pacific Video

Video title: Moving Towards the Pacific

Watch this Elementary American History video entitled Moving Towards the Pacific to study the ways that the acquisitions of Florida, Texas, Oregon, California and the Southwest aggravated the slavery issue.

Trace the movement of the United States toward the Pacific Ocean. Examine the ways that the acquisitions of Florida, Texas, Oregon, California and the Southwest aggravated the slavery issue. Learn how the Mormons settled on the Shores of the Great Salt Lake, and gold fever drew droves of people to California.

 

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Expanding The American Nation: Moving Towards the Pacific Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Settlement in The West. Learn about Moving Towards the Pacific in early America. Witness the pioneer life and experience America's growth from a fledgling republic into a proud nation spanning the continent.
  • See how the War of 1812, the Louisiana Purchase, and the Monroe Doctrine led to international respect and a surge of nationalism.
  • Trace the westward movement into the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys and the struggles with Native Americans over land.
  • Examine the ways that the acquisitions of Florida, Texas, Oregon, California, and the Southwest aggravated the slavery issue.
  • Learn how frontier families guarded against a host of dangers, including hostile Native Americans, claim jumpers, thieves, and outlaws.
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