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Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from New Territories What physical feature caused settlers problems as they traveled to Oregon?
$100 Answer from New Territories Rocky Mountains
$200 Question from New Territories What area was bought from Mexico to finish what we today have as the continental United States?
$200 Answer from New Territories Gadsden Purchase
$300 Question from New Territories How did the U.S. get Florida?
$300 Answer from New Territories Spain gave Florida to the United States through a treaty.
$400 Question from New Territories How did the U.S. get Texas?
$400 Answer from New Territories Texas was added (annexed) after it became an independent republic.
$500 Question from New Territories How did the U.S. get California?
$500 Answer from New Territories War with Mexico resulted in California and the southwest territory (Mexican Cession) becoming part of the United States
$100 Question from Influences of Westward Movement What would be an attraction for Eastern farmers in the West?
$100 Answer from Influences of Westward Movement Availability of cheap, fertile land.
$200 Question from Influences of Westward Movement What caused people in the East to move west?
$200 Answer from Influences of Westward Movement Population growth in the east
$300 Question from Influences of Westward Movement What was an economic opportunity during the Westward Movement?
$300 Answer from Influences of Westward Movement Gold (California Gold Rush) Logging Farming Freedom (for runaway Slaves)
$400 Question from Influences of Westward Movement Name two overland trails used during westward expansion.
$400 Answer from Influences of Westward Movement Oregon Trail, Mormon Trail and Santa Fe Trail
$500 Question from Influences of Westward Movement What was Manifest Destiny?
$500 Answer from Influences of Westward Movement A belief that expansion was for the good of the country and was our right
$100 Question from the California Gold Rush What was the gold rush?
$100 Answer from the California Gold Rush Migration of thousands of settlers to California in search of gold, to make their fortunes
$200 Question from the California Gold Rush Why/when did the gold rush come to an end?
$200 Answer from the California Gold Rush When the easy to find gold was gone
$300 Question from the California Gold Rush What was the name of the people who moved to California after they heard about the gold?
$300 Answer from the California Gold Rush Forty-Niner
$400 Question from the California Gold Rush Name an effect of the gold rush.
$400 Answer from the California Gold Rush Population increased, California became a state, Native Americans and Californios were pushed out
$500 Question from the California Gold Rush Name three problems Californians had during the gold rush.
$500 Answer from the California Gold Rush Being cheated, crime, not making enough money, fighting/violence, pollution of rivers and Native American hunting grounds
$100 Question from the War with Mexico Why did the U.S. enter war with Mexico?
$100 Answer from the War with Mexico Annexation of Texas, desire for California and other Mexican territories, and boundary dispute in Texas
$200 Question from the War with Mexico Who was president during the war?
$200 Answer from the War with Mexico James K. Polk
$300 Question from the War with Mexico What river did the United States believe was the boundary between Mexico and itself? Bonus: What river did Mexico believe was the boundary?
$300 Answer from the War with Mexico Rio Grande River Bonus: Nueces River
$400 Question from the War with Mexico What was the name of the territory that the United States won from Mexico?
$400 Answer from the War with Mexico Mexican Cession
$500 Question from the War with Mexico What is the name of the treaty that ended war with Mexico?
$500 Answer from the War with Mexico Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
$100 Question from Only for the Brave What was the name of this painting?
$100 Answer from Only for the Brave American Progress
$200 Question from Only for the Brave Describe 2 challenges along the Oregon Trail.
$200 Answer from Only for the Brave Long journey (6 months), unknown territory, wagons overloaded with supplies, had to travel by foot, rough weather, etc.
$300 Question from Only for the Brave What was the purpose of the Northwest Ordinance of 1787?
$300 Answer from Only for the Brave This accomplishment of the Articles of Confederation is the way that future territories would be established and how states were created.
$400 Question from Only for the Brave What is the name of the religious denomination that moved to Salt Lake City, UT to escape religious persecution?
$400 Answer from Only for the Brave Mormons
$500 Question from Only for the Brave Why did Americans believe in Manifest Destiny?
$500 Answer from Only for the Brave Belief in American cultural and racial superiority, belief that God had blessed the growth of the nation
Final Jeopardy When did the idea of Manifest Destiny take place?
Final Jeopardy Answer In the 1800s, especially during the 1840s
P.2 WHY MOVE WEST? Population growth in the eastern states Cheap, fertile land Economic opportunity (gold rush, logging, farming, freedom (for runaway.
Westward Expansion Manifest Destiny Manifest Destiny …was the idea that expansion was for the good of the country and was the right of the country.
Manifest Destiny: Belief that it was God's will for the American people to expand their territory and political processes across the North American continent.
Westward Expansion. Manifest Destiny U.S.’s destiny was to expand to the Pacific Ocean and into the Mexican territory.
Manifest Destiny Unit 8. Manifest Destiny Conflict Expansion Migration Territory Annexation.
Manifest Destiny. Northwest Ordinance Orderly procedure for establishing territories and applying for statehood To become a state, the following requirements.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Westward Expansion. Why Move West? Manifest Destiny More land Seeking adventure and opportunity Religious freedom Convert natives to Christianity GOLD.
Westward Expansion: Geographic and Economic Factors SOL USI.8b: The student will demonstrate knowledge of westward expansion and reform in America from.
Westward Expansion James K. Polk The War with Mexico California Gold Rush.
: Jeopardy: Jeopardy Review Game For Expanding West Unit.
Westward Expansion. Manifest Destiny Americans had started moving from farms to cities. Through territorial expansion – the United States gained more.
Manifest Destiny Unit 7. Causes and Effects of Manifest Destiny.
Unit 8 Manifest Destiny. The U.S. government and its citizens believed that the nation’s destiny or fate was to expand westward from sea to sea.
Westward Expansion. Manifest Destiny James K. Polk PUSHED OFF THEIR LAND & Forced to relocate The U.S. is destined to stretch from the Atlantic to the.
CH. 13 REVIEW OREGON COUNTRY THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS CALIFORNIA & THE SOUTHWEST THE MEXICAN WAR AMERICANS RUSH WEST $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
American History Chapter 5.2 Expansion. Manifest Destiny Belief that God gave America the right (and purpose) “to stretch from sea to shining sea” Started.
Westward Expansion. When you are finished, you will be able to answer these questions: What factors influenced westward expansion? What new territories.
Manifest Destiny Mr. Lucas US History. Settling the Frontier Manifest Destiny- the belief that the US was ordained by God to expand to the Pacific Manifest.
The Mexican-American War and Mexican Cession Manifest Destiny (the belief that it is America’s obvious fate to spread west) Cause #1 began to sweep the.
Chapter 12 Manifest Destiny. The large, white canvas tops looked like sails; a schooner is a sailing ship. DFS Transparenc y 12-1 Click the mouse button.
H ISTORY Chapter 13 Study Guide. O BJECTIVE 1.1 Mexico gave Moses Austin a grant of land to get settlers from the United States to build ranches and farms.
Between 1801 and 1861 exploration was encouraged as America underwent vast _____________________ and settlement. The first addition was the Louisiana Purchase.
Chapter 9 Manifest Destiny. 1. Migrating to the West Trace the settlement and development of the West. Explain the concept of Manifest Destiny. Describe.
Manifest Destiny “from sea to shining sea”. Manifest Destiny Manifest Destiny - the belief many Americans had that we should expand all the way to the.
WESTWARD EXPANSION AND THE MEXICAN AMERICAN WAR. Unit Objectives: Describe the causes, course, and consequences of America's westward expansion and its.
Manifest Destiny The belief that America should spread from coast to coast!
Westward Expansion. Why Go West? Money: the West offers a chance to earn money and new job opportunities Land: the West offers a chance to own land (cheap.
Trails to the West. The Oregon Trail The Santa Fe Trail.
An idea popular in the U.S. during the 1800s that the country must expand its boundaries to the Pacific. American Progress by John Gast.
Jeopardy Review Game Get into groups for Jeopardy review Copy Essay Prompt to prepare for test.
1. The belief that the United States was set apart to extend its boundaries to the Pacific Ocean was called Manifest Destiny.
Manifest Destiny America Expands. “American Progress” by John Gast, 1872.
“Manifest Destiny” The belief that the United States had been ordained by God to spread from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Who’s not so happy about this?
What do we call the idea that the United States should stretch from sea to shining sea?
Manifest Destiny Chapter 13 “from sea to shining sea”
MANIFEST DESTINY Notes. What are reasons why population is growing in urban areas and shrinking in rural areas? Population Growth in Urban Centers Towns.
WHICH PRESIDENT PURCHASED LOUISIANA and WHY ??. THOMAS JEFFERSON Because he wanted to gain control of New Orleans to use the port to ship American goods.
Manifest Destiny. The idea that God had given the continent to Americans and wanted them to settle western lands to the Pacific Ocean.
Changing Way Of Life $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Presidents $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Manifest Destiny $100 $200 $300 $500 $400 Mexican War $100 $200 $300.
Westward Expansion US Expansion Post-Revolutionary America.
Intro. to Manifest Destiny. Manifest Destiny idea that it was the destiny of the U.S. to expand across N. America (took many years)
Westward Expansion Mr. Bennett- 8 th Grade Social Studies.
Territorial Expansion Moving West. Manifest Destiny The belief that God has ordained that Americans should expand west.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Directions: Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions.
Power Presentations CHAPTER 13. Image Expansion The year is 1844, and you live on a small rocky farm is Massachusetts. Your family had decided to move.
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