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American frontier

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The American frontier comprises the geography, history, folklore, and cultural expression of life .... In the colonial era, before 1776, the west was of high priority for settlers and politicians. ....

Why were the settlers in Colonial America not permitted to move west

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Due to high levels of risk involved in trespassing into native American settlements colonial settlers refrained from leaving the colonies until the infamous Louis ...

Proclamation of 1763 - United States History

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The colonists, however, were not appreciative and regarded the new policy as an ... Any settlers currently west of the mountains had to move back east.

Lesson 4 Conflicts on the Plains

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In the 1840s, settlers moved west to the Great Plains. They ... The Plains Indians did not want to live and farm on the ... Indians were not allowed to have religious.

Life at Jamestown - Jamestown Settlement

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Jan 17, 2007 ... closure Acts”, English landowners were allowed to enclose their farms and fence off large ... England was looking at the settlement of colonies as a way of ... then England would not have to buy these from other countries. ...... As English settlement moved west and north, colonists encountered Indian tribes ...

How the West Was Settled - National Archives and Records ...

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... of the Homestead Act. The provisions of the Homestead Act, while not perfect and ... In the post–Civil War years, settlers moved westward into the. Great Plains following ... Congress allowed Confederate veterans to take homesteads if they ...

PBS - Frontier House: Frontier Life

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Second, moving West gave women the hope of leaving behind the fearful specter ... turnover among teachers, since married women were not permitted to teach. ... Homesteaders and other settlers supplied the fuel for the schoolhouse stove, ...

Kentucky's National Parks - Cumberland Gap: Doorway to the West

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It is not the only gap in Cumberland Mountain, but it is unique in an important ... settlers were not allowed to move to land west of the Appalachian Mountains, ...

Andrew Jackson calls for Indian removal - North Carolina Digital ...

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Move your mouse over the highlighted text or marked image. ... Andrew Jackson had long wanted to remove American Indians west of the Mississippi. ... If the General Government is not permitted to tolerate the erection of a .... clashed with white settlers, supported Britain in the War of 1812, and harbored runaway slaves .

Western Expansion, the New South, and Industrial America, 1870 ...

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Anglo settlers moved to the West in hopes of a better life, yet they enjoyed little time ... Natives were not permitted to control the distribution of these provisions, ...

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Causes for Revolution - StudyZone

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England did not want to lose the colonies and felt they owned the land in ... Those settlers who were already living there were to return to the east. ... Colonists who wanted to move west were not allowed to go over the Appalachian Mts.

The Royal Proclamation of 1763 [ushistory.org]

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Americans moving west would stretch British administrative resources thin. ... the French government had yielded this territory to Britain did not mean the Ohio ... the boundaries of settlement for inhabitants of the 13 colonies to be Appalachia.

Westward Expansion - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.com

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However, the Missouri Compromise did not apply to new territories that were not ... Despite this sectional conflict, Americans kept on migrating West in the years ... In 1837, American settlers in Texas joined with their Tejano neighbors ... should not be permitted in any part of the Mexican territory that the U.S. might acquire.