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To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 12 Lesson 2 People and Mountains 20 Questions!
To Next Slide What areas did Lewis and Clark explore? The Louisiana Territory, the Rocky Mountains, and the lands west of the Rockies.
To Next Slide Something that blocks the way or makes it hard to move from place to place. barrier
To Next Slide Transcontinental railroad A railroad that would cross the continent and link the East and West.
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To Next Slide Why were mountains once barriers to travel? They made travel slow and dangerous.
To Next Slide An object that orbits the Earth. Satellite
To Next Slide Why are there few large cities in mountain regions? Steep mountain slopes are not well suited for building large cities.
To Next Slide A table that gives the number of miles between cities. Mileage table
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Chapter One Review Hemispheres Texas is in both the northern and western hemispheres Texas is in both the northern and western hemispheres.
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Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Exploring New York. Topic: Exploring New York Date: 9//13 Source: TB p Niagara Falls: the land around Niagara Falls became the.
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The Transcontinental Railroad Slide #1 The Transcontinental Railroad Railroads had changed life in the East, but at the end of the Civil War railroad.
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Name: __________________________________ Study Guide SOL Objective 2 1. Label ALL 7 continents AND 5 Oceans. 2. What is the combined name of Europe and.
Louisiana Purchase In 1803, during the first term of Thomas Jefferson’s presidency, the United States gained the Louisiana Purchase from France. The.
Westward Expansion: Lewis and Clark Timeline Included are screenshots from the Ipad Westward Expansion activity- Lewis and Clark, Review Questions, and.
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Ch. 20: The Louisiana Purchase Vocabulary: continental divide, expedition, Thomas Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Sacagawea.
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The Expansion of the United States. The United States we have studied is made up of just 13 colonies! You are going to learn how the land west of the.
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