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To Next Slide Unit 5 Chapter 12 Lesson 3 Using Western Lands 20 Questions!
To Next Slide Towns that sprang up almost over night. Boomtowns
To Next Slide A person gives up something he or she wants in order to get another. Trade-off
To Next Slide Opportunity cost The value of what a person gives up to get something else.
To Next Slide How did gold mining affect the settling of the West? It was gold mining that brought many settlers to the West.
To Next Slide Why is the Pacific Northwest an ideal place for large, thick forests to grow? It has a mild climate and heavy rains.
To Next Slide What are the three lumber producing states? Oregon, California, and Washington
To Next Slide Land that is owned by the government. Public land
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